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June 23, 1998
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Estonia’s president ordered an investigation into the printing of neo-Nazi newspapers in the Baltic country. Lennart Meri also requested that investigators identify who in Sweden financed the printing of the newspapers. According to a Swedish television report, a privately owned printing house in Estonia printed various neo-Nazi publications ordered from Sweden. The printing house in question has acknowledged that issues of two extremist newspapers were printed there early last year, but pointed out that since none of its staff speaks Swedish, the company was unaware of the newspapers’ contents.

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