10:59 GMT26 February 2021
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    BERLIN (Sputnik) - Charges have been brought in Germany against a 95-year-old former secretary of the commandant of the Stutthof concentration camp over her complicity in the killing of about 10,000 people, District Attorney Peter Müller-Rakow told Sputnik.

    "We brought the charges against a former secretary of the commandant of the Stutthof concentration camp. We are accusing her of complicity in about 10,000 killings and other counts — complicity in attempts at murder", the prosecutor said.

    About 65,000 people died in the Stutthof camp, which subjected its prisoners to experiments and produced soap from human fat.

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