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German police criticised over neo-Nazi threat

Members of extreme right-wing cell killed 10 people over seven years without being caught.

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German police and security services have been severely criticised for failing to tackle neo-Nazi violence.

Members of an extreme right-wing cell called the National Socialist Underground killed 10 people over seven years without being caught.

Now a parliamentary report says police dramatically underestimated the neo-Nazi threat.

Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports from Berlin.

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