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Poland's right-wing leaders on Monday spoke out against xenophobia after a controversial Independence Day march organised by far-right groups. Having started small in 2009, the annual event attracted a large following this year, with police estimating the crowd on Saturday in Warsaw at around 60,000. Dramatic images of the event showed some marchers holding banners saying "Pure blood" and "Europe will be white", while others chanted "Pure Poland, white Poland" and "Refugees get out".
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