Two left-wing radicals were arrested in the north Bohemian town of Ústi nad Labem on Thursday at a gathering of anarchists. A police spokeswoman said that a group of ten anarchists provoked a conflict with the police, which was out in force to maintain law and order. Special anti-conflict teams were on site to prevent trouble as anarchists and members of an ultra-right gathering demonstrated a few streets away from each other. No other incidents have been reported.
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