The article “Dresdner bilden Menschenkette gegen Fremdenhass” depicts the scene that took place on February 13th, 2010, where 15.000 people in Dresden formed a line in remembrance of the night and the victims of the bombings of February 13th, 1945. In addition, the article states that the people set a sign against xenophobia and war. As the article claims, this commemoration, however, was overshadowed by conflicts between right- and left-wing demonstrators.
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