What do Germans think of Charlottesville?
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Charlottesville violence: What Germans think seeing a US far-right rally

The march that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia - featuring white supremacists donning KKK gear and holding Nazi flags - would have been illegal in Germany.

But that doesn't mean the country doesn't still have its own struggles with the far-right. Germans told the BBC what it's like following the news in the United States, as their country's own neo-Nazis gathered for a march.

Video by Colleen Hagerty in Heidelberg

  • 21 Aug 2017
  • From the section Europe