Dozens injured in German protest clashes

Police officers stand behind a water cannon during clashes with of counter demonstrators who protests against a rally of anti-immigrant group Die Rechte (unseen) on December 12, 2015 in Leipzig, eastern GermanyMore than 50 police officers and several demonstrators were injured in clashes in the eastern German city of Leipzig on Saturday as far-left protesters rallied against a neo-Nazi rally, police said. In all, 56 police and several demonstrators were hurt, a police spokeswoman said, without giving details of the injuries. About 30 police vehicles were also damaged, she added.

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