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German neo-Nazi party cancels protest after boarding wrong train | World news | The Guardian


German neo-Nazi party cancels protest after boarding wrong train | World news | The Guardian: The group of fewer than 20 NPD members became confused after police prevented them from boarding the Freiburg train because it was full of far-left “ultra” football supporters on their way to a Bundesliga match, police spokesperson Dirk Klose told the Guardian.

To prevent any trouble, the police told them to take another train to the Black Forest city, but the NPD members simply got on the next train from the same platform – apparently without checking the destination notice.

“I don’t know how it happened, but the NPD phoned us up and said they’re not coming, and that they’re on a train to Mannheim,” said Klose. “The NPD is now saying they went to Mannheim deliberately.”

Meanwhile, a handful of anti-fascist counter-demonstrators had already gathered in anticipation in Freiburg, along with a police contingent to keep the two sides apart.

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