Protest against “anticovid” restrictions in the Netherlands frees at least 30 prisoners – Epoch Negosios

Protest against "anticovid" restrictions in the Netherlands frees at least 30 prisoners - Epoch Negosios

Protests against vaccine demand spread across Europe (Photo: ANSA)

Dutch police have detained at least 30 people this Saturday, the 20th, after a second night of protests against new control measures for the advance of Kovid-19.

A water truck was used to control the fire in The Hague. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing 19 protesters by truck.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing 13 protesters by truck.

In Urk, eight people were detained for disorderly conduct, according to information from a local television station.

In the cities of Alcamar and Almelo, two matches of the Dutch Professional Football League were interrupted for some time after fans attacked stadiums. The public has been suspended as part of a series of new control measures. Peaceful demonstrations were also registered in Amsterdam and Breda on Saturday.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally in Rotterdam on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. At least three protesters were shot dead, according to local security forces. The authorship of the shots is being investigated.

Other European countries also protested against the new regulation this weekend. Demonstrations took place in Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Croatia and Northern Ireland. (With information from the Associated Press)

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