Police have made four arrests in connection with attacks on a Jewish school in Russia. Officers in the city of Bryansk, located 235 miles southeast of Moscow, charged three teenagers and one university student in a string of attacks on a local Jewish school. According to a report on the Jewish.ru news portal, the youths attacked the Ohr Avner school five separate times within the span of one month beginning at the end of October. They allegedly knocked out eight of the schoolâ€™s nine windows while shouting anti-Semitic slogans. The four suspects have admitted to being members of a neo-Nazi group.
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