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Thousands walk in Hamburg against racism

HAMBURG – About 14,000 people according to the police Saturday to Hamburg to take part in a protest march against racism. An alliance of over 450 groups, including the Sea-Watch and Laut gegen Nazis, had called for the tour under the slogan United against racism.

The protesters demands include an immediate halt to evictions, safe escape routes and a right to protection, migration and asylum. Also, they want to be that civilian rescue missions in the Mediterranean Sea is not punishable. Hamburg should be a safe haven for refugees, they argue.

The organizers spoke of 30,000 to 35,000 participants.

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