Twenty-two people were detained at an anti-Roma demonstration held by right-wing extremists in Duchcov on Saturday, where attendees clashed with riot police. Initial reports had stated a lower number. During the clash, stones and bottles were thrown and police used tear gas and a water cannon to break up the crowd. One of the officers went down in the fighting and had to be rescued by colleagues. Five people, including two officers, were injured. The demonstration was organised by the ultra right-wing Workers Party for Social Justice; the clash broke out when extremists tried to cross a police line separating them from Romanies and their supporters who had come out to protest.
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