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German Chancellor Angela Merkel faced protests in Estonia's capital Tallinn. Some 150 demonstrators from the nationalist-conservative EKRE party rallied against the bloc's migration policies and refugee quota system.

A group of protesters waving signs denouncing "mass immigration" awaited Merkel as she visited Tallinn for a digitalization summit with other European Union leaders on Friday.

The demonstrators from the nationalist-conservative EKRE party held banners in German and English urging the end of a multi-cultural Europe.


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