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Police injured as far-right, anti-Nazi activists clash in Berlin
BERLIN - At least one police officer was injured in Berlin on Saturday when around 500 activists shouting "Nazis out" clashed with an equal number of far-right activists marking the 31st anniversary of the prison suicide of Nazi convict Rudolf Hess.

 

Many of the far-right activists, clad in red and white, hoisted the red, white and black flag of Hitler's Third Reich. One group carried
a sign that proclaimed, "I regret nothing: National Socialists Berlin."

 

"There were reports of injuries when some stones and bottles were thrown by counter demonstrators at the far-right demonstrators," Berlin police spokesman Thilo Cablitz told Reuters. "At least one police officer was injured. But the event is still going on and we're still compiling the numbers."

 

 


פרסום ראשון: 08.18.18, 21:14