Neo-Nazi fans of Borussia Dortmund suspected of being behind stickers, following similar incident in Italy last week with Lazio
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'He thought he could get away from the scandal by turning up at the synagogue with a bunch of flowers,' says one community member. 'We expected concrete steps, not trivial gestures'
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