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Police separate 500 neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protest

MailOnline Saturday, 19 August 2017
Police separate 500 neo-Nazis, opponents at Berlin protestThe Berlin march was separated by hundreds of heavily armed police from an equal number of counter-demonstrators. Authorities imposed a number of restrictions on the march.
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