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A demonstration is currently under way from Christiania to the offices of the Palaces and Properties Agency to complain about the demolition of part of a house in Christiania.
There are some 2-300 people in the demonstration, carrying banners reading: "They're demolishing us. Help", and "Keep Christiania".
So far, the demonstration has been peaceful.
The demonstration comes following the eviction earlier today of the occupant, and demolition of part of the Vadestedet building. Police closed off Refshalevej road in order to facilitate the demolition.
Fifteen people were arrested yesterday evening during unrest in Christiania in which police used teargas to disperse groups of demonstrators.
Large numbers of police officers are patrolling the streets of Christiania this morning, but the area is reported quiet.
Trouble started yesterday after a demonstration against the Palaces and Properties Agency, which had evicted an inhabitant from a house in Christiania and demolished part of a building.
Trouble began in earnest during the evening when a Molotov cocktail, stones and other objects were lobbed at police.
Police used teargas to disperse groups