Twenty-eight people were arrested.
The fighting broke out in Stockholm Sunday as a group of 200 people held an organized, legal rally against growing neo-Nazi sentiment in the area, CNN reported.
Police spokesman Sven-Erik Olsson said about 40 neo-Nazis threw stones, bottles and fireworks at the protesters.
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