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Slovak neo-Nazis arrested in Serbia

Serbian police arrested 11 Slovak neo-Nazis after a rally in the Serbian city of Novi Sad on October 7, the Sme daily reported on October 9.

They, along with Serbian and Bulgarian neo-Nazi sympathisers, attacked a crowd of people who gathered to commemorate victims of fascism.

The banned far-right extremist party Slovenská Pospolitosť wrote about the rally on its website. The party invited its supporters to Serbia under the pretext of a demonstration against the separation of Kosovo from Serbia, Sme wrote.

As the Czech press agency ČTK informed, The real reason for the gathering was to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of Nazi boss Heinrich Himmler.

The detained Slovaks were extradited from Serbia.


Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

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