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Swedish police detain 15 at neo-Nazi gathering in Gothenburg

A file photo from September 2017 showing police and NMR demonstrators clashing in Gothenburg. Photo: Adam Ihse/TT

Published: 13.Jan.2018 15:57 hrs

15 people from the neo-Nazi organisation Nordic Resistance Movement (Nordiska Motståndsrörelsen, NMR) as well as two counter-demonstrators have been taken in by police in Gothenburg.

One counter-protestor was injured at the demonstration, for which police permission had not been given, reports TT.

“We have taken the arrested individuals to the police station,” police spokesperson Hans Lippens said.

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