German officials have conducted searches at the homes and workplaces of alleged neo-Nazis in Bavaria in what they say is an effort to gather evidence that would allow them to ban a far-right group. Bavaria’s state interior ministry said some 700 officers searched more than 70 locations across the region in 2013 and seized evidence including computers, far-right documents and weapons. Authorities believe Free Network South has links to 20 neo-Nazi groups with about 150 members.VideoVideo: Bayern struggles against neo-Nazis - The NPD Us Nothing Can (NEWDokus 2013)Video: 2013 Proliferation of Neo Nazi music in Bavaria
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