Following a weekend full of violence in Heidenau, Germany where 31 police officers were injured during demonstration; far-right Nationalists took to the streets to march on city hall upset that refugees are allowed to be in Germany seeking asylum.

Shortly after a new court order from Dresden, no protests were to be allowed until the end of the weekend, counter demonstrators mainly from the Anti-Fascist movement took to the streets in solidarity with the refugees.

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