Increase in antisemitic vandalism at Holocaust sites in Germany

A flower is attached to an information board  near Weimar, Germany, Sunday, April 10, 2022.
A flower is attached to an information board near Weimar, Germany, Sunday, April 10, 2022. Copyright Steffi Loos/Copyright 2022 The AP. All rights reserved.
By Euronews
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Anti-Nazi campaigners in Germany are monitoring rising antisemitic activity at Holocaust memorials.

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Swastikas and slogans have appeared on signs at the site of a former concentration camp near Weimar in Central Germany.

The area is one where the AfD, Germany's far-right party, sometimes garners 30% of the vote at elections.

Euronews talks to the Head of the Buchenwald Memorial Jens-Christian Wagner about the rise of attacks.

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