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Hamburg: 2000 protests against the right-anti-Merkel demo



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Hamburg 100 anti-Merkel protesters against 2000 against protesters

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At the Dammtor station, the left against protesters tried to block the station. Then there were clashes with the police At the Dammtor station, the left against protesters tried to block the station. Then there were clashes with the police

At the Dammtor station, the left against protesters tried to block the station. Then there were clashes with the police

Source: dpa / Bodo Marks

500 people were registered for an anti-Merkel rally on Wednesday in Hamburg – finally, 100 came on a demonstration participated in 2000 people. The Hamburg police and the federal police separated both groups

eTwenty thousand people have demonstrated against police rally Wednesday night in Hamburg against a rally organized by right extremists "Merkel must go" alliance.

At the Dammtor station, the police crashed as the left against protesters tried to block the station to prevent the court from appearing. The Armed Forces finally ended the station. It came to a scuffle. At the "Merkel must go" message in front of the station, according to the police "in the top" involved up to 100 people – registered 500.

According to our results, the organizers of these meetings are clearly part of the right extremist scene, "said the spokesman for the state office of constitution protection, Marco Haase, considering anti-Merkel demo.

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The speakers, including Islamists and Pegida Speaker Michael Stürzenberger, were disturbed by violent counterprotocols. Hamburg police and federal police used water cannons and strong forces in the operation to distinguish the stock up to sight and ear damage. Despite the events in the station, where the pyrotechnics also detonated, the police spoke of a generally peaceful course.

Behind the banner "Fascism is not an opinion, but a crime" was already in the late afternoon a good 1000s protesters from the central station were driven through the center to Dammtor-Bahnof. On the internet, Antifa had demanded that the station be closed. The rally and police action caused significant traffic disturbances in the city center. During the evacuation of the station, travelers must also leave the building temporarily.

It was already the twelfth "Merkel must go" briefing this year in Hamburg, always accompanied by strong counterprotocol. In early September, around 10,000 people protested against hatred and hatred. On the other hand, right-handers could only gather just over 180 people in the walking market.

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