FILE - In this May 1, 2001 file photo, far-right militants, among them Maxime Brunerie, right with denim jacket, shout during the May Day march of the National Front party in Paris. Brunerie tried to ... more 
FILE - In this May 1, 2001 file photo, far-right militants, among them Maxime Brunerie, right with denim jacket, shout during the May Day march of the National Front party in Paris. Brunerie tried to assassinate French President Jacques Chirac during the July 14, 2002 Bastille Day parade. They beat up black and Arab football fans, terrorize immigrant neighborhoods, smash Muslim and Jewish gravestones, preach hate and rally support online. Norway's attacks laid bare a fringe of flourishing racist anger around Europe _ and exposed the risk that it could erupt into violence anywhere, anytime. Europe's right-wing extremists are exceptional voices, numbering in the thousands. But their voices can take on disproportionate weight and skew perceptions of immigration.(AP Photo/Michel Euler, File) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Michel Euler, File
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