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German protesters march against racism in Dresden ahead of key elections

By DW
26 August 2019   |   6:00 am
Tens of thousands of people joined the "Unteilbar" demo against racism in Saxony, eastern Germany, where the far-right has enjoyed major gains. There was no violence, despite claims by the far-right AfD in advance.

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