German neo-Nazis carry nationalistic flags and banners during a demonstration for more work for native Germans in the city of Neustrelitz in Germany's northeast state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Neo-Nazis can march in Germany, but they face strict, tough rules by the police. Photo: Reuters German neo-Nazis carry nationalistic flags and banners during a demonstration for more work for native Germans in the city of Neustrelitz in Germany's northeast state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Neo-Nazis can march in Germany, but they face strict, tough rules by the police. Photo: Reuters
German neo-Nazis carry nationalistic flags and banners during a demonstration for more work for native Germans in the city of Neustrelitz in Germany's northeast state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Neo-Nazis can march in Germany, but they face strict, tough rules by the police. Photo: Reuters

Neo-Nazis can march in Germany, but tough rules keep them in place

Anti-Semitic chants like those heard in Charlottesville, along with shields, helmets and batons carried by Neo-Nazi Americans, are barred in Germany

German neo-Nazis carry nationalistic flags and banners during a demonstration for more work for native Germans in the city of Neustrelitz in Germany's northeast state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Neo-Nazis can march in Germany, but they face strict, tough rules by the police. Photo: Reuters German neo-Nazis carry nationalistic flags and banners during a demonstration for more work for native Germans in the city of Neustrelitz in Germany's northeast state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Neo-Nazis can march in Germany, but they face strict, tough rules by the police. Photo: Reuters
German neo-Nazis carry nationalistic flags and banners during a demonstration for more work for native Germans in the city of Neustrelitz in Germany's northeast state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Neo-Nazis can march in Germany, but they face strict, tough rules by the police. Photo: Reuters
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