A terror cell based in east Germany called the ‘national socialist underground’ are three Germans suspected of murdering citizens in the so-called ‘doner killings’ in the early part of this decade - whilst going undetected by the country's secret services. Whilst the interior minister Hans-Peter Friedrich said it 'looked like we are facing right-wing terrorism' and called for a database on extremists of this kind, chancellor Angela Merkel branded it a 'disgrace'. Nine of the 'brown army faction's' victims were shop-owners of mostly Turkish descent and one was a policewoman; three million citizens of Turkish origin live in Germany. Reaction from France.
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