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Unsolved Mysteries: The 1992 Copenhagen Bombing

Who Killed a Young Anti-Racist Activist in 1992?

The early 1990s were an interesting time for left-wing and far-right politics across Europe. The fall of the Berlin Wall and the break up of the Soviet Union had severely hampered efforts amongst Western communist groups to campaign and even stay relevant, with money and political assistance drying up…




A publication about unsolved mysteries from the deep ocean to space and from antiquity to present day.

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