Chemnitz, Germany - September 13, 2018: View of a brass wolf greeting Hitler with Heil, the greeting of the National Socialists. The brass wolf is part of an installation by the artist Rainer Opolka, who wants to set a sign against hatred and violence after the big right-wing demonstrations a good two weeks after the murder of a German in Chemnitz by refugees. The art installation is directed against the strengthening of right-wing parties in Germany. Credit: Mattis Kaminer/Alamy Live News

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Chemnitz, Germany - September 13, 2018: View of a brass wolf greeting Hitler with Heil, the greeting of the National Socialists. The brass wolf is part of an installation by the artist Rainer Opolka, who wants to set a sign against hatred and violence after the big right-wing demonstrations a good two weeks after the murder of a German in Chemnitz by refugees. The art installation is directed against the strengthening of right-wing parties in Germany. Credit: Mattis Kaminer/Alamy Live News
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Image ID: PKG588
In the Saxon city of Chemnitz, a 35-year-old man died violently, two suspects are in pre-trial custody. They are refugees from Afghanistan. They are said to have stabbed the 35-year-old German with Cuban roots. After his death, thousands of citizens, hooligans and right-wing extremists took to the streets and demonstrated against refugees. At the same time, demonstrators against hatred and xenophobia gathered. The protests in Chemnitz have been going on for two weeks and have made headlines all over the world. The art action shown in the photo wants to send a signal against hatred and violence and warns against the strengthening of right-wing extremists in Germany.

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