Church bell in German town has swastika and Nazi slogan removed by anonymous perpetrator.
A small eastern German town has held a vigil for a Syrian boy killed in a road accident. The community was shaken when neo-Nazis apparently celebrated his death by painting swastikas on the sidewalk.
In an act of "Spring cleaning," Nazi insignia on a church bell in Schweringen has been anonymously removed. Church leaders had decided to let the Hitler-era bell ring out once again, but the decision raised objections.
Construction workers in the German city of Hamburg have unearthed a four-by-four meter swastika buried beneath a sports field. The swastika is believed to have once been the foundation of a Nazi-era monument.
Councilors in Herxheim am Berg in southwest Germany have voted to keep a controversial Nazi-era bell hanging at a local church. Some residents feared it could become a draw for far-right groups.
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