In Germany, prosecutors on Wednesday asked for life imprisonment for a right-wing extremist charged with killing two people outside a synagogue last year. The move comes amid growing calls to investigate neo-Nazi infiltration of the country’s security services — which are creating a frightening echo of Germany’s past. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from Berlin.
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