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22nd Oct 2018

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Bulgarian government condemns far-right march in capital

The Bulgarian foreign affairs ministry said that a far-right march that took place in Sofia on Saturday was "absolutely unacceptable". Nationalists and neo-Nazis from Bulgaria and abroad marched in honour of general Hristo Lukov, a Bulgarian pro-Nazi leader during World War II. The ministry said that the march, authorised by judges, was "a manifestation of genuine intolerance."

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Bannon's The Movement to launch with January summit

Belgian Mischael Modrikamen is working with US strategist Steve Bannon to make the new hard-right grouping 'The Movement' go global. First step: a summit in January in Brussels, and high-level talks are underway, possibly with Brazil's far-right presidential contender.

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