Far-right extremists on Saturday evening attacked Left-wing demonstrators in the northwest Bohemian town of Most who were protesting against the lifting of mining limits in the area. Police were able to keep around 15 right-wing extremists away from the activists in a first attempt but a brawl later broke out between the two groups at a local restaurant. Five right-wing extremists were arrested. Earlier, three Leftist activists were also arrested for damaging property during the march.
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