After weeks of violence, the German city of Chemnitz was noisy but peaceful last night. Around 65 000 people attended a free open air concert against racism and a protest afterwards. The last month has seen far-right demonstrators clashing with counter-protestors in the streets of Chemnitz.
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The UN Human Rights Chief. Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein saysEuropean leaders must speak out against incitement to hatred. Around 800 demonstrators gathered in Chemnitz on Sunday, hours after a 35-year-old man died after a dispute between several people of "different nationalities"