Two years ago, nine young people with migrant backgrounds were killed in a far-right terror attack in the German city of Hanau. Since then, the government has launched several initiatives against racism. But with extreme right-wingers sitting in parliament, infiltrating the military and further arming themselves, insiders say committees alone are not enough to fight the far-right threat. Sibel Karkus spoke to a former neo-Nazi and has this report.
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