Neo-Nazi unanimously elected as town mayor in Germany

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The unanimous election of a neo-Nazi politician in Germany to the position of town mayor has led to anger among senior political figures who are calling for the decision to be reversed. Stefan Jagsch, of the far right-wing extremist National Democratic Party (NDP), became council leader for the small town of Waldsiedlung, in the district of Altenstadt, 30 kilometres (18 miles) north-east of Frankfurt, on Thursday. Around 2,500 people live in Waldsiedlung. On his Facebook page, Mr Jagsch said he will "support the interests of our district" to "work constructively with everyone and across parties," adding...

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