Police used rubber bullets in a confrontation with far-right activists following a march to mark Poland’s independence day in Warsaw. Far-right youths attacked a student squat, torched cars and ... more 
Police used rubber bullets in a confrontation with far-right activists following a march to mark Poland’s independence day in Warsaw. Far-right youths attacked a student squat, torched cars and burnt down a rainbow art installation, symbolising diversity, in Zbawiciela Square, on November 11. Police formed a cordon around the Russian Embassy after a group of right wingers headed towards the building. Credit: Lukasz Mezyk less 
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