Hezbollah supporters stand in front of a giant banner of their leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah as they listen to his speech, in Aineta village, in south Lebanon March 29, 2014. REUTERS/ Sharif Karim
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German authorities banned a group Tuesday accused of raising money for the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah and staged raids across the country on homes and offices used by the organisation."Organisations that directly or indirectly from German soil oppose the state of Israel's right to exist may not seek freedom of association protection," Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said in the statement.He said the group's goals violated Germany's constitution.Authorities say there are around 1,000 Hezbollah supporters living in Germany.
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