A Danish court has ruled that an 83-year-old former Danish SS officer, now living in Germany, should be charged over a wartime murder.
Soeren Kam, who fled Denmark after World War II, is wanted in connection with the death of a Danish journalist in 1943.
A court in Copenhagen said Mr Kam should be handed over to the Danish authorities to face charges.
It is not clear whether Denmark will request his extradition.
Mr Kam was a member of a Danish branch of the SS known as the Schalburg Corps.
He is suspected of assassinating Carl Henrik Clemmensen, a newspaper editor who was kidnapped and shot dead in a Copenhagen suburb in 1943.
The allegations arise from evidence given by another Danish Nazi - Knud Flemming Helweg-Larsen - who was executed in 1946 for his part in the killing.
Mr Kam has become a German citizen since fleeing to the Bavarian city of Kempten.
The Bavarian authorities have previously rejected requests from the Danish Justice Ministry for Mr Kam to be prosecuted or extradited.