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Police intervened on 6 July 2013 at the Máj housing estate against dozens of people participating in an unannounced anti-Roma demonstration in České Budějovice that officials dispersed. More than 100 people were eventually detained. (PHOTO:  ČTK)
Police intervened on 6 July 2013 at the Máj housing estate against dozens of people participating in an unannounced anti-Roma demonstration in České Budějovice that officials dispersed. More than 100 people were eventually detained. (PHOTO: ČTK)

Czech court sentences brawlers who sparked anti-Romani demos to probation

České Budějovice, 4.12.2014 23:42, (ROMEA) Yesterday a District Court handed down its verdict in the case of a brawl that launched unrest at the Máj housing estate in the town of České Budějovice in the summer of 2013. A group of six defendants was given suspended sentences ranging from one to two and a half years for bodily harm and rioting.  full story

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History of an excluded Romani locality in a rich Czech town

České Budějovice, 27.6.2014 22:43, (ROMEA) Exactly one year ago, the town of České Budějovice became proof that social unrest wasn't only happening in troubled areas in the north of the Czech Republic. Czech Radio reports that a study released by the Czech Government Agency for Social Inclusion now shows how this town, one of the wealthiest in the country, became the scene of violent street clashes last year.  full story




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