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Video: NATO Member Slovakia Sees National Security Risk With Russia’s ‘Night Wolves’ Compound

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A Russian motorcycle gang that allegedly helped Moscow seize the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine, considered a paramilitary group by many, has set up a compound with military vehicles in a NATO country, Slovakia, in Central Europe.

The Slovak chapter of the Night Wolves — a Russian nationalist motorcycle club known for its allegiance to the Kremlin — has set up a compound near Bratislava housing old tanks and armored vehicles. Members angrily confronted two RFE/RL journalists filming nearby, reported RFERL.

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