Far-right march in eastern Germany raises fears of Chemnitz-style unrest

Around 2,500 people gathered in Koethen after the incident, in which a 22-year-old died following a fight with Afghan men

Around 2,500 people have marched in a far-right demonstration in eastern Germany after a man died following a fight with two Afghans, raising concerns of recent unrest in Chemnitz.

Police and prosecutors said the 22-year-old victim had suffered acute heart failure after coming to blows with the Afghan suspects during a dispute on a playground in the town of Koethen late on Saturday.

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