File photo of NPD flag flying outside a building next to Germany's far-right National Democratic Party headquarters in Berlin
File photo of a NPD flag flying outside a building next to Germany's far-right National Democratic Party (NPD) headquarters in Berlin, September 21, 2006. Chancellor Angela Merkel's cabinet decided March 20, 2013, not to try to outlaw the far-right NPD due to splits within the ruling coalition, leaving Germany's states to pursue their own ban. Germany's domestic intelligence service has branded the NPD racist, anti-Semitic and revisionist but banning a political party is especially sensitive in Germany, still haunted by memories of Nazi and communist regimes which silenced dissent. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski/Files (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS)
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