Germany steps up scrutiny of far-right AfD, calling its youth wing ‘extremist’
German intelligence services already have the right to monitor the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, the first time authorities have taken such action against a political party since the Nazi era. Now they are targeting the youth faction of the AfD, whose members are only 14 years old. CNN took a closer look at the group.
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