Russia Update: Despite Sanctions, Some Night Wolves Enter Germany; One Biker Deported

May 5, 2015
Night Wolves trip in Belarus. The rally began in Moscow April 25, 2015 with plans to cross European countries and visit war memorials. Poland and Czech Republic refused entry to the group. Photo by Sergei Gapon/RIA Novosti

The Night Wolves, President Vladimir Putin’s favorite bikers’ club, have managed to get into Germany despite sanctions by claiming to be in another organization. One biker was deported but others made their way to Dachau.

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