Germany Identifies Far-Right Extremists Working in Security Services

BERLIN — Germany has identified 327 cases of far-right extremists working in the police, military and intelligence services over a three-year period, according to a report issued by the country’s interior minister on Friday, highlighting the persistent nature of the threat and the authorities’ efforts to address it.

Germany, under the previous government of Chancellor Angela Merkel, was compelled to open a formal investigation of the problem after several scandals involving right-wing…

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