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One German Hamlet Haunted by Violent Neo-Nazi Takeover

Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007

VIENNA, Austria -- Jamel, Germany, is haunted.

Fastened onto the plains near the Baltic Sea, Jamel is a hamlet of a few dozen people; a quiet retreat from a quickened world. But this would-be sleepy little outback stirs with trouble, strangled by the choke hold that a clan of neo-Nazis have held it in for more than 15 years. ...

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