More than 1,200 police officers have been drafted in to secure the city, after nine people were injured in clashes yesterday. German protesters arrested as pro and anti-Merkel groups clash Chemnitz mayor Barbara Ludwig has spoken up against the far-right demonstrations and urged Germany to defeat the anti-migrant sentiment. She told Sky News on Sunday: "The situation is volatile. There is also a state of emergency in the town. "I’m convinced that it’ll mobilise forces as we see today http://marketsetmypeo.journalwebdir.com that very http://perlalauritsen.blogspot.com/ clearly show that we won’t allow for the right and right-wing thinking to undermine the state." According to police in http://kelleynyzk.onlinetechjournal.com Chemnitz, around 9,500 people took part in a series of demonstrations on Friday. Chemnitz mayor Barbara Ludwig has spoken up against the far-right demonstrations (Image: GETTY; SKY) The situation is volatile. There is also a state of emergency in the town A large-scale 'silent march' took place yesterday in protest against Chancellor Merkel's policies. The far-right protesters held large portraits of victims of attacks which they allege were done by asylum seekers. In response, around 3,500 marched in support of Mrs Merkel's policy, holding banners reading "Chemnitz is neither grey nor brown". Foreign Minister Heiko Maas voiced his support http://sfocheapflightvtcls.biznewsselect.com for those marching against the far-right supporters: "The Second World War started 79 years ago.
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