Explosives seized in raids on neo-Nazi group
Hungarian special police forces detained 12 people and seized arms and explosives in raids targeting a neo-Nazi group implicated in the killing of a police officer. The operation comes three weeks after the killing, in which the officer was shot in the head while searching the home of the head of the Magyar Arcvonal movement. Special police forces and anti-terrorist units conducted targeted raids in about eight locations in Budapest and the northwest of the country. Twelve people were detained during which explosive materials and various firearms, including pistols and submachine guns, were seized.