A march in Poland to celebrate the centenary of the country’s independence has been overshadowed by a decision to allow far-right groups to participate.
Nationalists were among thousands of people to join celebrations in the capital, Warsaw, which were being led by President Andrzej Duda.
Opposition parties boycotted the march.
It comes as French President Emmanuel Macron urged world leaders marking the centenary of the World War One Armistice to reject nationalism.
Poland’s Independence Day commemorates the restoration of the country’s sovereignty from the Russian, German and Austro-Hungarian empires in 1918.
Most participants in Sunday’s march in Warsaw were seen carrying Polish flags and wearing red-and-white armbands, but some were holding banners representing far-right parties from Poland and Italy.