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Police stands in front of supporters of the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AFD), blocking the entrance to a property which was used by a German political art group to built a pared-down version of Berlin's Holocaust memorial next to the home of AFD senior member Bjoern Hoecke in  the village of Bornhagen, Germany, November 22, 2017. Hoecke in January criticised the memorial in the centre of Berlin and said history should focus on German victims.REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

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