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Colonia Dignidad: No ′glorious chapter′ for German diplomacy | Germany | DW.COM | 27.04.2016

2.5.16

Colonia Dignidad: No ′glorious chapter′ for German diplomacy | Germany | DW.COM | 27.04.2016 - Human rights groups welcome as a "positive step" plans by the German government to make public files on the notorious Colonia Dignidad colony in Chile.

Files that would have remained sealed for another decade will be made available to journalists and researchers in the coming weeks, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said. The documents detail how informed German diplomats were about what was going on in the colony from 1986 to 1996. The foreign ministry isn't responsible for what Paul Schäfer and his cronies did, but the German embassy denied the colony's residents the protection they would have needed. "I salute the victims of Colonia Dignidad," Steinmeier told a group of victims Tuesday in Berlin.


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