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Czech city police may be extremist

Pardubice, 24.10.2007 23:55, (ROMEA/CTK - VIDEO)
A city police from Pardubice is an active neo-Nazi and a member of the organisation POW that helps imprisoned neo-Nazis, the commercial television station Nova said today.¨The group Anti-fascist Action has submitted the photographs corroborating the suspicion, Nova said. The case is now being settled by the Office for the Uncovering of Organised Crime (UOOZ).
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Klaus appeals against extremist march, Prague to seek its ban

Prague, 24.10.2007 18:40, (CTK/ROMEA)
Czech President Vaclav Klaus today called on all bodies involved not to allow the extremist groups' planned march through Prague's historical Jewish Quarter on the German Nazi-era Kristallnacht's anniversary, his spokesman Petr Hajek told CTK.
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Romanian Leader Apologizes to Gypsies

BUCHAREST, Romania, 24.10.2007 13:09, (AP)
Romania's president apologized for the deportation of thousands of Gypsies to Nazi death camps during World War II, the first time a government official has done so publicly.
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Czech police must apologise to Romanies

Hradec Kralove, 23.10.2007 17:01, (ROMEA/CTK)
Former Czech police Marek Vrastil and Karel Berousek must apologise to two members of a Romany family for having broken into its flat and attacked some of its members, the Regional Court ruled today.
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Hundreds join Hungary far-right "guard", take oath

Budapest, 21.10.2007 20:26, (Reuters)
Six hundred people, wearing black uniforms and insignia which critics say are reminiscent of the Nazi era, took an oath of loyalty on Sunday to defend Hungary as members of a far-right "guard".
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Slovak police investigate another attack on Romanies

Revuca, East Slovakia, 14.10.2007 19:28, (CTK/ROMEA)
The Slovak police have started to prosecute unknown culprits who have attacked Romanies in Revuca for the defamation of nation and race, police spokeswoman Petra Babulicova told CTK today.
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Historic verdict: Court awards compensation to a Romani woman for sterilization for the first time

Ostrava, 12.10.2007 17:08, (ROMEA/CTK)
Today the Regional Court in Ostrava awarded compensation of CZK 500 000 to a 30-year-old Romani woman, Iveta Červeňáková, for having been sterilized against her will. Ostrava City Hospital is to pay the damages. Jana Koláčková of the League of Human Rights informed of the decision. According to Kumar Vishwanathan of the Vzájemné soužití (Life Together) civic association, this is most likely the historically first case of compensation being awarded to a woman who was sterilized against her will. Holubová was sterilized 10 years ago. "She was not sufficiently informed and did not even learn she had had such surgery until seven years later," Vishwanathan said.
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