Since details of murders carried out by a neo- Nazi terror cell in Germany emerged, a debate has been raging about introducing a ban on the country's far-right NPD party. But a ban opens up legal questions.
The trial of the NSU right-wing terror cell will soon reach its conclusion, after beginning more than four years ago. DW answers five key questions from one of Germany's most high-profile neo-Nazi cases.
Germany's federal prosecutor says two alleged accomplices to NSU member Beate Zschäpe provided the murder weapon that was used in a string of racial killings. The neo-Nazi trial is expected to wrap up in a few months.
A week after principle NSU suspect Beate Zschäpe broke her silence, another defendant has addressed the court. Ralf Wohlleben's has denied providing weapons to the NSU that were used in a string of murders.
Former police informant Tino Brandt was forced to give new testimony in the 'National Socialist Underground' trial. He was implicated by co-defendant Ralf Wohlleben. Marcel Fürstenau reports from Munich.
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