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15 Dec 2018
Spanish police on Saturday announced the arrest of three men they said ran the Spanish section of "one of the most influential neo-nazi websites" in the world. The arrests were in Barcelona, Tarragona and Saragossa, all in the northeast of the country, said a police statement. The aim of the website is to "propagate anti-Semitic,…

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