Protesters in Rome
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Rome counts cost of violence after global protests

Rome is counting the cost of its worst violence in years, which erupted on a day of global protests over austerity and banking practices.

Hundreds of hooded protesters in Italy's capital torched cars, smashed bank windows and attacked a church.

Saturday's protests affected 950 cities across 80 countries.

  • 16 Oct 2011
  • From the section Europe
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