Hsinchu school apologizes amid outrage over students' Nazi costumes
Taipei, Dec. 24 (CNA) A high school in Hsinchu City apologized Saturday after its students dressed in costumes resembling Nazi uniforms and brandished swastika banners in a cosplay party held at the school a day earlier, triggering controversy on the Internet and drawing condemnation from Israel's representative office in Taipei.
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