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Anti-migrant marches held in several European capitals

Anti-migrant marches held in several European capitals
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Around 1000 people marched in Bratislava on Saturday against taking any migrants into the country. Banners read “No to Islamisation and

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Around 1000 people marched in Bratislava on Saturday against taking any migrants into the country.

Banners read “No to Islamisation and EU dictatorship” as the crowd staged a march and then rally. Nearby another demonstration was calling for support for migrants.

The anti-migrant rally was organised by nationalist parties and groups, and also had participants from several other EU nations.

One Bratislava resident at the rival rally, just a couple of hundred metres away, commented that “walking through the town and shouting, ‘Heil!’ will not solve anything.”

In Poland it was similar story in the capital Warsaw, where a few thousand people were estimated to have taken part in an anti-migrant march, in part organised by
far-right groups.

Other marches were reported to have taken place in Portugal and Hungary.

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