Protests have erupted across Europe as thousands of angry demonstrators called on their governments to reconsider a second-round of lockdown restrictions. Violence was reported in at least two Italian major northern cities, Milan and Turin, as vast crowds protested freedom-limiting restrictions enforced to tackle the second surge in coronavirus cases.
Violence broke out in Rome as anti-lockdown protesters threw flares and flash grenades at police, who fought back with tear gas and water cannons.
They were protesting against new COVID-19 restrictions, including a 6pm curfew for bars and restaurants and the closure of public gyms, cinemas and swimming pools.
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