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Five policemen were injured and at least seven people arrested in The Hague, City where the Dutch government sits. © Provided by FranceInfo
The manifestations against the sanitary restrictions, decided to cope with a soaring of cases of Covid-19 , have again turned to the riot Saturday, November 20 evening in the Netherlands. In The Hague, a city where the Dutch government, several policemen were injured. Frames also broke out to Urk, a small Protestant town of the Country Center, and in several localities in the province of Limburg, in the South. Similar violence occurred on Friday in Rotterdam , in the Southwest, where 51 people were arrested and three wounded by bullet.
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Video: Covid-19: Hundreds of people protest against new restrictions in the Netherlands (Le Figaro)
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in The Hague, Police in-Riot Directions Responsible for the groups of protesters who throw them with stones and various objects in a popular district. The police forces also used a water barrel to extinguish fire bicycles at a very busy intersection. Five policemen were injured and at least seven people arrested.
The Netherlands reintroduced last week a partial confinement, with a series of sanitary restrictions in particular affecting the restoration sector, which must close at 8 pm. The government is now planning to ban certain places to non-vaccinated, including bars and restaurants. More than 21,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been registered Friday in the Netherlands.
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