Germans jailed for race attack

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NEUBRANDENBURG, GERMANY (AFP) - Two German youths were jailed for three years for throwing fire bombs at a home for asylum-seekers and setting it on fire.

Seven others who also took part in the attack, were also tried: two were jailed for two- and-a-half years, three for between 10 months and a year and two others were acquitted.

The convicted youths, one of them 17, were part of a group of about 30 who threw fire bombs at a home for asylum-seekers in Neubrandenburg, north-east Germany, last August.

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