'Soldiers of Odin' hold torch-lit anti-refugee march in Tallinn
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Around 2,500 members of the Estonian branch of the Finnish far-right anti-refugee group ‘Soldiers of Odin’ marched in Tallinn on the anniversary of Estonian independence day, Wednesday. Crowds marched through the Estonian capital with torches while waving flags of the three Baltic Republics, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, and carrying a banner reading "For Estonians!" The Soldiers of Odin are an anti-immigrant group that began patrolling in Finland in January 2016, claiming to protect residents from refugees and migrants.