Demonstrators hold a banner that depicts a swastika being thrown in the bin during a protest in Vienna in January. Photo: AFP Demonstrators hold a banner that depicts a swastika being thrown in the bin during a protest in Vienna in January. Photo: AFP
Demonstrators hold a banner that depicts a swastika being thrown in the bin during a protest in Vienna in January. Photo: AFP
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Britain’s youngest terrorist spared jail after leading neo-Nazi cell from grandma’s house at 13

  • The teen had gathered information on making explosives, expressed racist views online and recruited members for Feuerkrieg Division, a banned neo-Nazi group
  • The judge gave the youth, now 16, a 24-month rehabilitation order, telling him to ‘redirect his future’

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Demonstrators hold a banner that depicts a swastika being thrown in the bin during a protest in Vienna in January. Photo: AFP Demonstrators hold a banner that depicts a swastika being thrown in the bin during a protest in Vienna in January. Photo: AFP
Demonstrators hold a banner that depicts a swastika being thrown in the bin during a protest in Vienna in January. Photo: AFP
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