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German state suspends 29 police officers in far-right online chat group

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
Twenty-nine German police officers have been suspended and face investigation on suspicion they exchanged far-right propaganda in online chat groups. Police union representatives called the revelation "unbearable."
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