Via the Local:
Germany's Interior Minister warned on Sunday of a "new form of far-right terrorism" as details emerged of a grotesque film left by members of a neo-Nazi cell in eastern Germany, in which they claimed the murder of nine immigrants between 2000 and 2006.
Prosecutors said on Sunday that police had arrested a suspected accomplice of the group, which referred to itself in the film as the "Nationalist Socialist Underground," and which is also thought to be behind the murder of a policewoman in 2007 and a bomb attack on a Turkish area of Cologne in 2004.
All had run small businesses or fast-food stands, in cities across Germany, leading to the killings being dubbed the "doner murders."
Police also found a 15-minute film recorded on DVDs ready to be sent to Islamic cultural organizations and the media.