Australia: Protests for and against immigrants

Far-right nationalists blame Melbourne’s crime problem on Australians of African descent.

    There was a huge police presence on the streets of Melbourne, Australia, as officers moved to break up competing rallies.

    Far-right nationalists faced off against pro-immigrant demonstrators.

    They were protesting against Melbourne's youth crime problem, which they blame on people of African descent.

     

    Al Jazeera's Kathy Novak reports.


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