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A government retirement home in Alabama built in the shape of a swastika is to undergo a $600,000 (£295,000) renovation after a complaint from a Jewish activist. The Wesley Acres Methodist home, built in 1980, has already had a $1 million makeover after earlier complaints, but the addition of two new wings did little to disguise the distinctive outline, clearly visible from the air. Avrahaum Segol, an Israeli-American researcher, claims that the building was part of a tangled, government-funded conspiracy to pay homage to German scientists who settled in nearby Huntsville after the Second World War and designed the rockets that put Americans on the moon. (AP)