Hungary: Far-right activists march in anti-Roma demo in Budapest

Crowds, including far-right activists, gathered at a demonstration in Budapest on Thursday to commemorate the victims of a stabbing that happened last week in the Hungarian capital. Far-right party Mi Hazank, whose leaders could be seen addressing the crowd, blamed the Hungarian Roma minority for the crime. A 16-year-old and a 21-year-old were stabbed to death by another teenager in a fight between two groups that broke out in downtown Budapest on May 22. The march on Thursday, not authorised by the police, went from the headquarters of the National Roma Self-Government to Deak square, where a makeshift memorial for the two victims of the stabbing was built.

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