A neo-Nazi group killed eight Turkish immigrants, a Greek citizen, and a German policewoman between 2000 and 2007, in a case that sparked debate about institutional racism and the failures of German security and intelligence organisations.
Victims' relatives say too little has been done to shed light on the attack and ensure that such atrocities will not be repeated, a year after a deadly shooting in two cafes.
Violent right-wing extremists have become emboldened to launch vigilante patrols across several neighbourhoods, and the recent attack on terror victim memorials signifies how dangerous they have become for the country's minorities.
Beate Zschaepe, the main defendant in the high-profile neo-Nazi murder trial in Germany, is accused of being involved in killing 10 people. A Munich court is expected to deliver its verdict in the National Socialist Underground trial on July 11.
National Socialist Underground member Beate Zschaepe denies taking part in the murder of 10 people.
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