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Student protesters block Rome high school

Activists shouted 'more power to the students'

Student protesters block Rome high school

Rome, October 23 - Approximately 15 student activists briefly blocked the entry to Rome's Galilei high school Tuesday morning with banners and smoke bombs. Police dispersed protesters from the group called Blocco Studentesco carrying signs reading 'More Power to the Students' and lessons continued uninterrupted. On Monday about two dozen young people charged into a Roman high school shouting fascist slogans and launching smoke bombs. "The guys came in with smoke bombs and pamphlets, shouting 'long live (Mussolini)' and in a few minutes, outside and inside the school, there was only smoke," said a witness who saw the midday blitz in the Giulio Cesare high school in Rome. Police said they have identified five of those responsible for Monday's eruption.

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