Last week in Finland, the police commissioner warned of the dangers that everyday violence represents for society. His comments came just several days after a man died following a confrontation with members of a neo-Nazi group in downtown Helsinki.
Finland is a relatively peaceful country where violence is mainly the confrontation between groups of the far-right and leftist demonstrators. It is probably for this reason that the police commissioner’s comment was so widely reported in the news.
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