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About 50 German 'Neo-Nazis' Wielding Machetes, Clubs Reportedly Detected at Polish Border

© Sputnik / Michaela RehleMigrants make a break in Erding downtown after their visit to the first registration camp of Erding near Munich, Germany, January 27, 2016
Migrants make a break in Erding downtown after their visit to the first registration camp of Erding near Munich, Germany, January 27, 2016 - Sputnik International, 1920, 24.10.2021
BERLIN (Sputnik) – A group of almost 50 German right-wing radicals armed with pepper sprays, baseball bats, a bayonet, and machetes was stopped and inspected by police in the federal state of Mecklenburg bordering Poland, Der Spiegel reported on Sunday, citing local law enforcement officers.
The neo-Nazi supporters belong to the right-wing group Third Way. Leaders of the group urged their followers to head to the German-Polish border to stop illegal migration from the East.
About 30 radicals, residing in Mecklenburg and other German states, were detected on early Sunday near the village of Gross Gastrose, and the others in the town of Guben and in the Neisse-Damm district. All of them were forced to leave the border regions when police went on patrolling later on Sunday, according to Spiegel.
A line of loaded trucks waiting for customs clearance on the Polish border  - Sputnik International, 1920, 20.09.2021
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