POLICE HAVE USED A WATER CANNON TO DISPERSE ANTI-NAZIS MARCHING IN PRO...
World | April 14, 2002, Sunday // 00:00
Police have used a water cannon to disperse anti-Nazis marching in protest against a right-wing rally in Vienna. Police said over 3,000 left-wing protesters marched through the main shopping district towards Heldenplatz (Heroes' Square), where around 180 far-right supporters gathered against the opening of an exhibition about Nazi war crimes. The exhibition documents atrocities committed by troops from the regular German army from 1941-1944. It opened in Vienna on April 9, and is scheduled to run until May 26. The right-wing protesters call themselves "The platform against the desecration of the memory of the dead".
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