From the RT Youtube page:
Police in the Finnish capital, Helsinki arrested several people on Friday as a rally of the anti-immigration group Soldiers of Odin was met with a counter-protest by anti-fascist activists.
The demonstration was held as the country marks 102 years of its independence. Footage shows the right-wing supporters marching with Finnish flags and later with torches as police separate them from rival protesters chanting offensive slogans.
“Our main objective is offer for ordinary people similar kind of protests that traditionally student unions had a bit earlier on this day, with torches and darkness outside. So it looks very nice and very peaceful on a graveyard. It is a very touching moment for everybody,”
said Teemu Lahtinen, chairman of the Finns Party Espoo City council group. Independence Day celebrations in Finland are often marred by tensions and violence between rival activists.