Neo-Nazi murders: Beate Zschaepe on trial in Germany

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The judge hearing the trial of an alleged member of a German neo-Nazi cell has adjourned the hearing for a week, after protests from the defence team.

The trial of Beate Zschaepe, who is accused of being part of the National Socialist Underground (NSU), has gripped Germany.

The group is alleged to have killed 10 people, mostly of Turkish background, over six years - a charge Ms Zschaepe denies.

Stephen Evans reports from Berlin.

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