April 28, 2014

Europe's Ugly Face

Spela Kunej, The European

The Associated Press

Europe isn’t as tolerant as we would like to believe. In Slovenia, hateful associations can still freely march on the streets.

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TAGGED: European Union, Slovenia, Europe

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