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Neo-Nazis and white supremacists who participated in the protests in Charlottesville, Va., are being identified online — and the family of one man says they no longer have anything to do with him. Zach D Roberts/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Devon Arthurs, 18, was arrested after leading police to the bodies of his two roommates. He told officers he killed them because they disrespected his recent conversion to Islam. Tampa Police Dept. via AP hide caption

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Florida Killings: Radical Islam And The Far Right, Under One Roof

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German forces Bundeswehr officers enter the German Defense Ministry prior to a meeting between Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen and about 100 top officers in Berlin last month. The meeting was about the arrest of an army officer on suspicion that he was part of a small group planning a far-right attack. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption

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After Arrests, Germany Confronts Issue Of Far-Right Extremism In Its Military

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A video produced by Exit-Deutschland describes the work it does to de-radicalize neo-Nazis. Hayat Germany is trying to use similar techniques to help Germans who may be radicalized by groups like the Islamic State. ExitDeutschlandVideo via YouTube/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Methods For Reforming Neo-Nazis Help Fight The Radicalization Of Muslims

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The entrance to the former concentration camp in Dachau, Germany, bears the Nazi slogan "Work Makes You Free." The gate was stolen over the weekend. Johannes Simon/Bongarts/Getty Images hide caption

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Mois Yussuroum, a 94-year-old retired dentist, fought the Nazis as part of the Greek resistance during World War II. "Of the 650 Greek Jews who fought in the resistance, I'm the only one still alive," he says. Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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'We Are Next': Greek Jews Fear Rise Of Far-Right Party

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