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25 people indicted in anti-government riots in 2010

Trial set for November, over 100 inured in clashes

25 people indicted in anti-government riots in 2010

Rome, June 5 - Twenty-five people were indicted Wednesday on charges arising from violent clashes between protesters and police in Rome in 2010. A trial date has been set for November 16 on the charges that arose when protesters and police fought viciously on December 14, 2010. Rioting broke out in the capital after ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi's government narrowly won a crunch confidence vote that brought out angry demonstrators. Police said hooded youths infiltrated what were meant to be peaceful student demonstrations and started a riot in which over 100 were hurt, including at least 57 police.

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