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Video: Romanian Anti-Government Protests Turn Violent

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Protests in Bucharest, Romania last Friday turned violent as anti-corruption demonstrators clashed with police who used water cannons and tear gas to break up the crowds. 440 people including two dozen riot police have received medical treatment, reported RFERL.

Tens of thousands of Romanians from abroad and local residents demanded the government resign over moves to change laws that critics say would make it harder to prosecute corruption.

Corruption Of The Romanian Anti-Corruption Police

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