Far-right extremists armed with sausages, grilled meat and fish attacked a vegan café in the former Soviet republic of Georgia over the weekend, the café alleges.
Kiwi Café in Tbilisi, the capital, canceled a scheduled showing of U.S. TV shows after the assault Sunday night, it said, blaming the attack on the “Bergmann movement,” which it called a neo-Nazi skinhead group.
The national newspaper Georgia Today quoted witnesses as saying members of the anti-communist Georgian Power movement were also part of the melée.
Far-right extremists visited the neighborhood about a month ago asking nearby shopkeepers about the presence of foreigners…
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