Trial delayed

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The Independent Online
BERLIN - A German court yesterday postponed a trial against three members of the British neo-Nazi rock band, Skrewdriver, and two of their fans after four of the accused failed to show up, writes Adrian Bridge.

The five Britons are accused of badly injuring a German youth in a knife attack in the east German town of Cottbus in September 1991. Although all five were detained by Cottbus police, they were released on bail and returned to Britain. They have now been ordered to appear in court on 29 March.