Stockholm police spokesman Sven-Erik Olsson said that the 200 anti-racism demonstrators were in the area to protest neo-Nazi graffiti on area buildings when forty far-right extremists began throwing stones, bottles, and fireworks at the group.
The attack injured two demonstrators and two police officers. Twenty eight were arrested and will likely be charged with assault and violence against a police officer.
Jewish News One posted a video of the incident.
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