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Police Arrest 14 During Gay March in Poland

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WARSAW, Poland  – Police in southern Poland have detained 14 people trying to prevent an annual gay parade.

Officers fired tear gas to disperse a group of some 150 right wing youths attempting to block the annual gay march in Krakow on Saturday.

A gay rights activist Robert Biedron said the situation in Krakow has improved since 2004, when the marchers were pelted with stones and bottles.



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