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Saturday, 13 February 2010

Riots in Germany by Neo-Nazi group

Recently we posted items about the potential chances of violence because of a march by a neo-nazi group in Germany. The group who wanted to remember the allied bombing of Dresden has been a controversial issue. Today the neo-Nazi group proved why they should not been allowed to march.

As posted by the BBC
More than 1000 neo-Nazis were confronted by around 10,000 of their left-wing opponents as they protested in Dresden on the 65th anniversary of the Allied bombing at the end of World War II.

More than 5,000 police were dispatched to try to prevent the groups from clashing but there have been scuffles on the streets and damage to property.