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Opponents of far right to hold concert in Chemnitz

By DW
04 September 2018   |   1:23 pm
An uneasy calm is returning to the German city of Chemnitz after the turmoil of the last week. Counter-demonstrators were able to stop a far-right demonstration, and a concert has been scheduled. An audience of around 25,000 is expected to attend.

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