Swedish police arrest dozens at Neo-Nazi rally - Press Photo
STOCKHOLM - 1 October 2017: A rally of neo-Nazis in Sweden has ended in clashes with both anti-fascist counter-demonstrators and police, the BBC News reported.
The Nordic Resistance Movement (NMR) group had planned a march through the city of Gothenburg on Saturday.
Scuffles broke out between police and the shield-carrying NMR group when, police said, members attempted to deviate from the agreed route.
Dozens of people have been arrested, including the group's leader, Swedish media reported.
Counter-demonstrators are also believed to be among those detained.
Several hundred neo-Nazis gathered in Gothenburg for the rally, along with a large group of counter-protesters who lined the route.