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Report maps out extremism in Denmark
The Danish National Centre for Social Research released a report today in which it compiles information about 15 anti-democratic and extremist groups in Denmark. The groups represent religious organisations and political bodies form the far-right and far-left.
"There are three extremist milieus in Denmark with a total of 15 groups that are either radical right-wing, radical left-wing or Islamic," a press release accompanying the report explained. Six of the groups are categorised as radical right-wing, four as radical left-wing and five as Islamist (see fact box).
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