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Carrying Polish flags and throwing red smoke bombs, tens of thousands of people on Saturday joined a march in Warsaw organised by far-right nationalists to mark independence day, while counter-protesters rallied against fascism. The annual march also attracted a considerable number of supporters of the governing conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party to honour the reestablishment of Poland's independence in 1918. It's 50 to100,000 mostly football hooligans hijacking patriotism," said 50-year-old Briton Andy Eddles, a language teacher who has been living in Poland for 27 years.
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