Police in Lithuania arrested a neo-Nazi suspect last year who tried to commit a terror attack, the country’s prosecutors said on June 26.
A pre-trial was launched in October 2019 when an improvised explosive device was found next to the Western Union offices in the Lithuanian capital. The suspect had sprayed FK DIVISION and SIEGE graffiti, as well as a swastika.
Lithuania’s anti-terror police unit, ARAS, neutralised the device which was found to contain an equivalent of 2.5 kilograms of explosives. The explosion would have shattered windows ...
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