Thirty-nine people were detained a 10 treated for minor injuries after a group of a few hundred extremists clashed with police in the south Bohemia city of České Budejovice on Saturday evening. The protesters, who were chanting racists slogans, separated from a permitted gathering in the center of the city and headed to the Máj neighborhood on the outskirts of the city, where some 200 Roma residents were holding a sanctioned meeting. The police used tear gas and smoke grenades in an attempt to prevent extremist protesters from getting to buildings with a large concentration of Romani residents and to prevent a direct confrontation between the two groups. At least three police officers were injured. The protest was triggered by an altercation between five women that took place in Máj last Friday.
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