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FBI arrests three alleged neo-Nazis ahead of Virginia gun rally

Reuters Thursday, 16 January 2020 ()
The FBI has arrested three suspected members of a neo-Nazi group who had weapons and hopes of starting a U.S. race war, just days before a planned gun-rights rally in Virginia that was expected to draw thousands of people, officials said on Thursday.
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