Far-right violence in Germany is on the rise, according to the country’s Interior Ministry. Authorities recorded more than 8,500 offenses in the first half of this year. And many people have reason to fear they could be targeted. Their names have appeared on so-called “enemy lists,” which have been distributed among the far-right online. The Interior Ministry says the lists don’t pose a tangible threat, but critics say authorities are not taking matters seriously enough.
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