The south Bohemian city of České Budějovice was racked by more racial unrest on Saturday. Police were out in force across the city, fencing off a a demonstration of some 400 far-right protesters from a Roma gathering at the Maj housing community.Despite numerous skirmishes between police and far-right protesters no serious injuries have been reported. Special security measures remain in place and citizens have been asked to keep off the streets.
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