USA, UK: Target And Umbro Withdraw Neo-Nazi Ranges
Retail giant Target Corp and sportswear firm Umbro have both recalled clothing and footwear items bearing neo-Nazi slogans after being alerted by furious shoppers. Minneapolis-based Target, one of the largest discount chains in the country, has ordered its 1,100 stores to remove shorts and baseball caps marked "eight eight" or "88" - code among white supremacists for 'Heil Hitler' because H is the eighth letter of the alphabet.
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