Poland sees resurgence of rightwing nationalism

Poland's independence day has increasingly become a focus of rightwing nationalism.

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    Poland's independence day has increasingly become a focus of rightwing nationalism. Far-right parties are gathered in the capital Warsaw along with nationalists from Ukraine, Estonia, Russia and the US. The country is becoming increasingly politically polarised.

    Al Jazeera's David Chater reports from Warsaw.


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