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Aid group: US doctor who had Ebola has recovered

ATLANTA (AP) — At least one of the two American aid workers who were infected with the Ebola virus was to be discharged Thursday from an Atlanta hospital, a spokeswoman for the aid group he was working for said.

U.S. hospital to discharge doctor treated with experimental Ebola drug

By Rich Mckay ABIDJAN (Reuters) - An American doctor who contracted Ebola treating victims of the deadly virus in Liberia has recovered and will be discharged on Thursday by the Atlanta hospital that treated him with an experimental drug, his charity said. Dr. Kent Brantly of Texas was given ZMapp, a drug used on a handful of patients in the West African outbreak and produced by U.S.-based Mapp Biopharmaceutical. Brantly, 33, is expected to speak at a news conference on Thursday at Emory University Hospital, where he and U.S. Brantly will leave Emory's hospital after the news conference, a spokesman for the Christian charity Samaritan's Purse said.

Former Vatican City governor Szoka dies at age 86

DETROIT (AP) — Edmund Szoka, who was the former governor of Vatican City and the head of the Detroit archdiocese, has died at age 86.

Bank of America settles mortgage probes for $16.65 billion

A Bank of America sign is pictured in Encinitas, California (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp has reached a $16.65 billion settlement with U.S. It is expected to resolve the vast majority of the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank's remaining liabilities tied to its purchases of Countrywide Financial Corp, once the nation's largest mortgage lender and Merrill Lynch & Co. Bank of America said the accord is expected to reduce third-quarter earnings by about $5.3 billion before taxes, or about 43 cents per share after taxes.


Wall Street opens flat ahead of Jackson Hole meeting

A Wall Street sign is pictured in the rain outside the New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened little changed on Thursday as many investors held off on making bets ahead of the start of a meeting of top central bankers and economists in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, though jobless claims data pointed to continued improvement in the labor market. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 22.67 points or 0.13 percent, to 17,001.8, the S&P 500 gained 1.35 points or 0.07 percent, to 1,987.86 and the Nasdaq Composite added 0.76 points or 0.02 percent, to 4,527.24. (Reporting by Ryan Vlastelica; Editing by Bernadette Baum)


Cardinal Edmund Szoka, former Vatican City governor, head of Detroit archdiocese, dies at 86

DETROIT (AP) — Cardinal Edmund Szoka, former Vatican City governor, head of Detroit archdiocese, dies at 86.

Top Asian News at 1:30 p.m. GMT

BANGKOK (AP) — Three months after overthrowing an elected government, Thailand's junta leader is stepping out of his army uniform to take up the post of prime minister in a move critics say will prolong his rule and bolster the military's grip on power. Thailand's legislature voted overwhelmingly Thursday to name Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha to the new job. There was little doubt over the outcome since Prayuth was the only candidate and the assembly — hand-picked by the junta — is dominated by active and retired duty officers.

UN Ebola czar visits west Africa after violent clashes

An Ebola information billboard is displayed near the John F Kennedy Memorial Medical Centre in Monrovia, on August 19, 2014 The UN's new pointman on Ebola was due to arrive in west Africa on Thursday for a visit aimed at shoring up health services in the region where at least 1,350 lives have been lost to the virus. David Nabarro, a British physician appointed last week by UN Secretary Ban Ki-moon, said he would focus on "revitalising the health sectors" in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. "One of the major issues is that health sectors and health services in countries affected by Ebola have really suffered," Nabarro told reporters in New York ahead of his trip.


Marine who vanished in Iraq has court hearing

FILE - In this July 19, 2004 file photo, Marine Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun makes a statement to the press outside Quantico Marine Base in Quantico, Va. Hassoun is scheduled to appear Thursday, Aug 21, 2014, at Camp Lejeune in an Article 32 hearing, which is the military equivalent of a grand jury. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File) CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (AP) — A Marine who mysteriously disappeared in Iraq 10 years ago is due in military court after an investigation into whether he deserted his unit.


Foley's death isn't changing views in Congress

In this June 17, 2011 photo, journalist James Foley receives applause from students at the Christa McAuliffe Regional Charter Public School in Framingham, Mass. Foley had been released a month prior after being detained for six weeks in Libya. Students at the school had written government leaders to work for his release. Foley was abducted in November 2012 while covering the Syrian conflict. Islamic militants posted a video showing his murder on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014, and said they killed him because the U.S. had launched airstrikes in northern Iraq. (AP Photo/MetroWest Daily News, Ken McGagh) MANDATORY CREDIT WASHINGTON (AP) — For all its horror, the beheading of an American journalist in Syria appears unlikely to change lawmakers' minds about military intervention against Islamic State extremists. It's equally unclear whether the Obama administration will be asking them to back a new U.S. approach.


Pakistan protest leader backs out of talks

Supporters of anti-government cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri flash victory signs during a protest in front of the parliament building in Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. Thousands of Khan's supporters are besieging parliament for a second day Thursday to pressure Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to resign over alleged election fraud. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash) ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistani opposition leader Imran Khan suspended talks with the government Thursday after it appointed a new police chief in the capital ahead of a possible crackdown on thousands of anti-government protesters who have besieged parliament.


BofA's $17B settlement not as large as it appears

FILE - This Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014 file photo shows a Bank of America sign in Philadelphia. Officials familiar with the deal say Bank of America on Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014 has reached a record $17 billion settlement with federal and state authorities over its role in the sale of mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File) WASHINGTON (AP) — Bank of America's purchase of Countrywide Financial has cost it tens of billions of dollars over the past six years. An expected $17 billion settlement with the Justice Departm ent will increase that toll, but not by a full $17 billion.


Ukraine: Some Russian aid trucks clearing customs

Ukrainian soldiers muster at a point close to Luhansk, eastern Ukraine, Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. Ukrainian troops make a significant push into rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine, claiming control over a large part of Luhansk and encircling the largest rebel-held city, Donetsk, in fighting that has left at least 43 dead. (AP Photo/Petro Zadorozhnyy) KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Some Russian trucks in a massive aid convoy have begun to clear customs at a rebel-held border crossing in eastern Ukraine, the Ukrainian border guard service said Thursday.


Explosion in North Philadelphia restaurant caught on video

Explosion in North Philadelphia restaurant caught on video Philadelphia Police are searching for a teen caught on camera putting a device in restaurant and walking away moments before it explodes.


Thieves nab Belgian PM's laptop from car

Belgium's Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo (R) arrives in a car at the Royal Palace in Brussels on May 26, 2014 Thieves broke into the official car of Belgian Prime Minister Elio di Rupo, stealing his laptop and personal documents, prosecutors confirmed on Thursday. The robber or robbers shattered the window of Di Rupo's car in central Brussels on Monday evening while he was at a gym and his driver had popped into a bookstore. They seized the laptop, work documents and some personal notes in the car, reportedly an Audi A6. A spokesman for Di Rupo said the papers contained no state secrets and that the laptop was "well protected".


Egypt's Air Sinai halts Tel Aviv flights over security fears

Planes sit on the tarmac at Ben Gurion International airport, near the Mediterranean Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv on August 21, 2014 Egypt's Air Sinai said it cancelled flights Thursday and Friday to Tel Aviv for security reasons, after a warning by Hamas's armed wing against foreign airliners flying to Israel. The Egyptian carrier operates four weekly flights to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion international airport. "The flights on Thursday and Friday were cancelled due to, the deteriorating security situation and shelling near Ben Gurion airport," said Mahmud Guda, an airline official in charge of reservations. A spokesman for the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades Wednesday warned foreign airlines against flying into Tel Aviv from 6 am (0300 GMT) in a bid to disrupt air traffic.


Pfizer back for AstraZeneca? Year-end move seen most likely

A man walks past a sign at an AstraZeneca site in Macclesfield By Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) - Shares in drugmaker AstraZeneca have climbed more than 7 percent this week, fueled by speculation of renewed takeover interest from Pfizer, following an abortive $118 billion (71 billion pounds) takeover attempt in May. But while British takeover rules mean deal talks could be back on the cards as early as Aug. 26, following the ending of the first of a two-stage cooling-off period, many investors and analysts see the year-end as a more likely time for any return. "I'm not expecting anything next week," said Dan Mahony, a fund manager at Polar Capital, who increased his stake in AstraZeneca last year. "I know the stock is rallying on anticipation but I suspect if anything is going to happen it is more likely to happen in November or December." Pfizer Chief Executive Ian Read has made clear he is still considering big deals to revive his firm's pipeline and cut its tax bill - something buying AstraZeneca would allow it to do via a so-called inversion that would shift its tax base to Britain.


C. Africa clashes kill five, wound dozens

French soldiers patrol in the Fatima area of Bangui on July 8, 2014 Five people have been killed in fighting this week between armed militants and French peacekeepers in the capital of the Central African Republic, a hospital source said Thursday. The clashes came after several weeks of calm in the city, where peacekeeping forces have frequently been involved in deadly firefights with rival militias and taken steps to to disarm them. The fighting between unidentified gunmen and French troops from the European Union's Eufor mission, which began deploying in April, erupted on Tuesday. It coincided with a call by the UN peacekeeping chief for the country, Babacar Gaye, for a new government to lead the country out of ethnic and religious strife and towards elections.


C. Africa clashes kill five, wound dozens

French soldiers patrol in the Fatima area of Bangui on July 8, 2014 Five people have been killed in fighting this week between armed militants and French peacekeepers in the capital of the Central African Republic, a hospital source said Thursday. The clashes came after several weeks of calm in the city, where peacekeeping forces have frequently been involved in deadly firefights with rival militias and taken steps to to disarm them. The fighting between unidentified gunmen and French troops from the European Union's Eufor mission, which began deploying in April, erupted on Tuesday. It coincided with a call by the UN peacekeeping chief for the country, Babacar Gaye, for a new government to lead the country out of ethnic and religious strife and towards elections.


Holdout creditor calls on U.S. court to hold Argentina in contempt

WSArgentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks during a ceremony at Buenos Aires' Stock Exchange NML Capital Ltd is one of a group of plaintiffs known as holdout creditors who U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Griesa said must be paid in full if Argentina is to resume payments to other creditors who accepted to exchange debt for a fraction of face value. In a letter to the judge filed late on Wednesday, NML Capital Ltd said the measures announced by Argentine President Cristina Fernandez on Tuesday were a "grave affront" on Griesa's ruling. "The express purpose of these maneuvers is to render this court's orders a nullity," NML's lawyer Robert Cohen said.


Holdout creditor calls on U.S. court to hold Argentina in contempt

WSArgentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks during a ceremony at Buenos Aires' Stock Exchange NML Capital Ltd is one of a group of plaintiffs known as holdout creditors who U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Griesa said must be paid in full if Argentina is to resume payments to other creditors who accepted to exchange debt for a fraction of face value. In a letter to the judge filed late on Wednesday, NML Capital Ltd said the measures announced by Argentine President Cristina Fernandez on Tuesday were a "grave affront" on Griesa's ruling. "The express purpose of these maneuvers is to render this court's orders a nullity," NML's lawyer Robert Cohen said.


U.S. lawyer tells Bali suitcase murder suspects to keep quiet until he arrives

Sheila von Wiese-Mack's battered body was found in the bloodied suitcase in a taxi outside the luxury St. Regis hotel. The couple's police-appointed lawyer, Haposan Sihombing, said he spoke with Elkin on Wednesday and the American lawyer had not yet confirmed he would be travelling to Indonesia. Sihombing said Mack had refused to talk to him. "I again tried to explain to Heather that under Indonesian law, if Michael Elkin does come, he could not act as her lawyer," Sihombing told Reuters.

With Erdogan at helm, Turkey to choose premier

FILE - This is a Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014 file photo of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses the members of his ruling Justice and Development Party in Ankara, Turkey. Turkish ruling party leaders are poised to choose a new party chairman and prime minister to succeed president-elect Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Party officials are convening Thursday Aug. 21, 2014 to pick a leader whom analysts say would be loyal to Erdogan, allowing the man who has dominated Turkish politics for more than a decade to keep a tight rein on government.(AP Photo/ File) ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Recep Tayyip Erdogan prepared to choose his successor as prime minister Thursday, with expectations high that the man who has dominated Turkish politics for more than a decade will stay in charge once he is president.


39 dead, dozens missing after Japan landslides

Japan Ground Self Defense Force personnel search for missing residents in a mud-ridden residential area following a massive landslide in Hiroshima, western Japan, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. Rain-sodden slopes collapsed in torrents of mud, rock and debris Wednesday on the outskirts of Hiroshima city, killing more than 30 people and leaving a several missing, Japanese police said. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT TOKYO (AP) — Japanese police said the death toll from rain-triggered landslides on the outskirts of Hiroshima city rose to 39 on Thursday with 51 people still missing, as search efforts continued in the devastated area.


Swedish town celebrates link to the Bronx

In this handout photo taken on Aug. 20, 2014, provided by the Savsjo municipality, Roy Gustafsson the co-founder of the Jonas Bronck Center, poses for a photograph outside the center in Savsjo, Sweden. The founder of The Bronx _ one of New York’s five boroughs _ is finally getting recognition in his native Sweden, where Jonas Bronck’s home town on Saturday will celebrate the 375th anniversary of his arrival in America. (AP Photo/Ida Bengstsson) STOCKHOLM (AP) — Nearly four centuries after Jonas Bronck set foot in America, his birthplace in southern Sweden is finally recognizing its historical link to the New York borough that bears his name.


US jobless claims fall

Job seekers check out opportunities at a job fair in Chicago, Illinois, on June 12, 2014 New claims for US unemployment insurance benefits fell more than expected last week, another sign of tightening in the jobs market, official data released Thursday showed. Initial jobless claims fell to 298,000 in the week ending August 16 from the revised 312,000 the previous week, the Labor Department said. "The downward trend continues, and is consistent with strong payroll numbers," said Ian Shepherdson of Pantheon Macroeconomics.


Noodles: Friend or foe? S. Koreans defend diet

In this Aug. 19. 2014 photo, a cook prepares "ramyeon" instant noodles for Han Seung-youn, left, during an interview at a ramyeon restaurant in Seoul, South Korea. Instant noodles are an essential, even passionate, part of life for many in South Korea and other Asian countries. Hence the emotional heartburn caused by a Baylor Heart and Vascular Hospital study in the United States that found excessive consumption of instant noodles by South Koreans was associated with risks for diabetes, heart disease or stroke. The study has provoked feelings of wounded pride, mild guilt, stubborn resistance, even nationalism among South Koreans, who eat more instant noodles per capita than anyone in the world. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon ) SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Kim Min-koo has an easy reply to new American research that hits South Korea where it hurts — in the noodles. Drunk and hungry just after dawn, he rips the lid off a bowl of his beloved fast food, wobbling on his feet but still defiant over a report that links instant noodles to health hazards.


Noodles: Friend or foe? S. Koreans defend diet

In this Aug. 19. 2014 photo, a cook prepares "ramyeon" instant noodles for Han Seung-youn, left, during an interview at a ramyeon restaurant in Seoul, South Korea. Instant noodles are an essential, even passionate, part of life for many in South Korea and other Asian countries. Hence the emotional heartburn caused by a Baylor Heart and Vascular Hospital study in the United States that found excessive consumption of instant noodles by South Koreans was associated with risks for diabetes, heart disease or stroke. The study has provoked feelings of wounded pride, mild guilt, stubborn resistance, even nationalism among South Koreans, who eat more instant noodles per capita than anyone in the world. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon ) SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Kim Min-koo has an easy reply to new American research that hits South Korea where it hurts — in the noodles. Drunk and hungry just after dawn, he rips the lid off a bowl of his beloved fast food, wobbling on his feet but still defiant over a report that links instant noodles to health hazards.


Ukraine's Poroshenko could dissolve parliament on August 24: spokesman

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko may announce the dissolution of parliament as early as Sunday, his spokesman said on Thursday. The decision would be taken when there was a constitutional basis for it, his spokesman, Svyatoslav Tseholko, said in a Twitter post. "And that moment starts from Independence Day (August 24)," Tseholko said. Ukraine's governing coalition collapsed on July 24, and the dissolution stemming from that event will set up a parliamentary election in late October. (Writing By Richard Balmforth, editing by John Stonestreet)

Journalists in court over phone hacking scandal

Rupert Murdoch shut the News of the World in 2011 after it emerged that the paper had illegally accessed the voicemails of a murdered schoolgirl Two former News of the World journalists appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Thursday over allegations of phone hacking. Ex-deputy editor Neil Wallis and features editor Jules Stenson are accused of participating in a conspiracy to hack voicemails with other former colleagues including Andy Coulson. Officers first detained Wallis in July 2011 under Operation Weeting, the main phone hacking investigation but he was informed in February 2013 that no further action would be taken due to lack of evidence. Former News of the World editor and Downing Street communications chief Coulson was jailed in July for 18 months after a lengthy phone hacking trial.


Ledecky wins 2 gold; Missy Franklin misses out

Katie Ledecky of the U.S. smiles after winning her women's 200m freestyle at the Pan Pacific swimming championships in Gold Coast, Australia, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft) GOLD COAST, Australia (AP) — Katie Ledecky grinned and nodded her head, very slightly, in a show of approval as she surveyed the times on the scoreboard for the 800-meter freestyle.


Top Asian News at 1:00 p.m. GMT

BANGKOK (AP) — Three months after overthrowing an elected government, Thailand's junta leader is stepping out of his army uniform to take up the post of prime minister in a move critics say will prolong his rule and bolster the military's grip on power. Thailand's legislature voted overwhelmingly Thursday to name Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha to the new job. There was little doubt over the outcome since Prayuth was the only candidate and the assembly — hand-picked by the junta — is dominated by active and retired duty officers.

U.S. jobless claims fall, bolster labor market outlook

People fill out application forms before a screening session for seasonal jobs at Coney Island in the Brooklyn borough of New York By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell slightly more than expected last week, pointing to a sustained improvement in labor market conditions. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits declined 14,000 to a seasonally adjusted 298,000 for the week ended Aug. 16, the Labor Department said on Thursday. A Labor Department analyst said there were no special factors influencing the state level data. The four-week average of claims, considered a better measure of labor market trends as it irons out week-to-week volatility, rose 4,750 to 300,750.


Russia targets McDonald's in expanding East-West trade war

People sit on the terrace of a closed McDonald's restaurant, the first to be opened in the Soviet Union in 1990, in Moscow on August 21, 2014 Russian authorities launched nationwide inspections of McDonald's restaurants Thursday after shutting three wildly-popular Moscow locations on apparent government orders aimed at striking back against biting Western sanctions. Russia has a long and varied history of using sudden food safety concerns as a political weapon against unfriendly states. Washington and its EU allies have imposed restrictions on broad sections of Russia's economy in response to the Kremlin's perceived attempts to carve up Ukraine as punishment for its decision to anchor its future with the West. Russia responded by blacklisting nearly all US and European food imports and threatening even more drastic measures that could effectively cut off the country from Western goods for the first time since the Soviet era.


Family Dollar rejects Dollar General offer on antitrust worries

File of a Family Dollar store is seen in Chicago (Reuters) - Family Dollar Stores Inc rejected Dollar General Corp's $8.95 billion acquisition offer, citing antitrust concerns, and reaffirmed its support for a buyout offer from Dollar Tree Inc . " ... We will not jeopardize the Dollar Tree deal for a transaction with Dollar General that has a high likelihood of not closing due to antitrust considerations," Ed Garden, an independent director on Family Dollar's board, said in a statement on Thursday. Garden is also a co-founder and partner at Trian Fund Management LP, which was Family Dollar's second-largest shareholder as of July 27, with a 7.3 percent stake. Dollar General, in a letter to Family Dollar's board late on Wednesday, questioned if Family Dollar Chief Executive Howard Levine was being driven by self-interest in his support of Dollar Tree's offer.


Israeli air strike kills three Hamas commanders in Gaza

Smoke rises following what witnesses said was an Israeli air strike in Gaza By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Maayan Lubell GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli air strike killed three senior Hamas commanders in the Gaza Strip on Thursday, a clear sign of its intention to hit the group's armed leadership days after a ceasefire failed. Hamas, which dominates Gaza, named the men as Mohammed Abu Shammala, Raed al-Attar and Mohammed Barhoum, the three highest-ranking casualties it has announced since Israel started its offensive six weeks ago. All three, killed in the bombing of a house in the southern town of Rafah, had led operations against Israel over the past 20 years, the Islamist movement said. The Israeli military and Shin Bet, the internal security service, confirmed it had targeted two of the men.


After Russia targets McDonald's, businesses wonder who's next

A man walks past a closed McDonald's restaurant, one of four temporarily closed by the state food safety watchdog, in Moscow By Polina Devitt and Alissa de Carbonnel MOSCOW Russia (Reuters) - Russia said on Thursday it was investigating dozens of McDonald's restaurants, in what many businessmen said was retaliation for Western sanctions over Ukraine they fear could spread to other symbols of Western capitalism. Russia's food safety watchdog said it was looking at possible breaches of sanitary rules at McDonald's, but many in the business community said it was a reflection of the deterioration in relations between Russia and the West over Ukraine, where pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country are fighting against government forces.


After Russia targets McDonald's, businesses wonder who's next

A man walks past a closed McDonald's restaurant, one of four temporarily closed by the state food safety watchdog, in Moscow By Polina Devitt and Alissa de Carbonnel MOSCOW Russia (Reuters) - Russia said on Thursday it was investigating dozens of McDonald's restaurants, in what many businessmen said was retaliation for Western sanctions over Ukraine they fear could spread to other symbols of Western capitalism. Russia's food safety watchdog said it was looking at possible breaches of sanitary rules at McDonald's, but many in the business community said it was a reflection of the deterioration in relations between Russia and the West over Ukraine, where pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country are fighting against government forces.


Defender Cleber could play for Hamburg immediately

HAMBURG, Germany (AP) — Hamburger SV says Brazilian central defender Cleber could make his Bundesliga debut in the opening round on Saturday against promoted Cologne.

Hunt for German neo-Nazis was 'complete disaster'

FILE - In this Aug, 6, 2014 file picture defendant Beate Zschaepe , center, enters the court room at the Higher Regional Court in Munich, Germany. Beate Zschaepe is accused of being a founding member of the far right National Socialist Underground (NSU) terror cell and faces charges of complicity in the murder of nine Turkish and Greek immigrants and a policewoman between 2000 and 2007 An official inquiry has concluded that police and security services in Germany bungled the hunt for three neo-Nazis who years later turned out to be the main suspects in a far-right murder spree. Lawmakers in the eastern state of Thuringia say efforts to find the fugitive trio after their disappearance in 1998 were a “complete disaster.” A 1,895-page report published Thursday Aug. 21, 2014 lists a string of errors by investigators who failed to follow up leads that could have led to the arrest of the group calling itself National Socialist Underground. (AP Photo/dpa, Peter Kneffel,file) BERLIN (AP) — An official inquiry has concluded that police and security services in Germany bungled the hunt for three neo-Nazis who years later turned out to be the main suspects in a far-right murder spree.


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