Ten people were injured in heavy clashes when an anti-Nazi protest spiralled out of control in Malmö on Saturday, August 23. Approximately 1,500 people reportedly gathered against a planned appearance of the leader of the far-right Svenskarnas parti in Limhamn square where they encountered neo-Nazi protesters throwing smoke bombs and fire crackers.
Police moved in on horses in an attempt to quell the crowd. Six people were arrested and several others were taken into custody. Credit: YouTube/Fredrik Rubin