The investigating committee looking into Germany's neo-Nazi killing spree has presented its preliminary findings. It found that authorities were too disorganised to stop the murders.
Evidence of a far-right terror group is growing after the discovery of a "kill list" of left-wing politicians to be murdered if social order collapsed. Is Germany ignoring a right-wing threat from the middle of society?
German experts have found DNA traces from an alleged neo-Nazi terrorist at an unlikely crime scene. How do genetic samples help identify crime victims - and how reliable are they? A forensic geneticist has answers.
The head of Germany's parliamentary probe into a neo-Nazi murder series, Clemens Binninger, has decided not to contest next year's Bundestag election. For Chancellor Merkel's party his exit is a heavy setback.
For the first time in Germany, top intelligence officials will publically answer questions in front of a parliamentary committee. The hearing is part of a government push to take the agencies "out of the grey zone."
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