Germany: Police Officers Suspended for Sharing Hitler's Images
Atleast 29 German police officers were suspended on September 16 after sharing images supporting extreme right-wing ideologies. The officers allegedly shared images of Adolf Hitler and other Nazi symbols in chat rooms. Reportedly, more than 200 police officers raided 34 police stations and homes of 11 main suspects. While terming it "disgrace", Minister Herbert Reul said, "Right-wing extremists and neo-Nazis have absolutely no place in the North Rhine-Westphalia police."