The heavily policed rally on Tuesday ended peacefully.
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Greece headed into a new month of political uncertainty after power-sharing talks collapsed earlier May, triggering new elections that could determine whether the country retains its tenuous position in Europe's currency.
Golden Dawn party supporters in Athens (Photo: AP)
Golden Dawn, prominent members of which have expressed admiration for Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, won nearly 7 percent of the vote in May 6 elections and 21 seats in the 300-member parliament.
But that election failed to produce a coalition government because of strong disagreement among parties over whether to honor Greece's international bailout loan terms. New elections are set for June 17.
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