Over 130 people were detained and eight injured in Saturday’s anti-Romany protests in České Budějovice. Police were out in force across the city, fencing off a demonstration of some 400 far-right protesters from a Roma gathering at the Maj housing estate. The riot squad used tear gas and mounted police to get the situation under control. Special security measures remained in place throughout the night and police patrolled the streets on Sunday. No one has been charged in connection with the street violence.
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