A protester uses a wheel from his wheelchair to hit police riot shields
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Bolivia's disabled clash with police over subsidies

Dozens of disabled people have clashed with police in Bolivia during a protest calling for higher state subsidies.

Several protesters were hurt as they tried to break through a police cordon in the country's main city of La Paz.

Riot police used pepper spray to prevent the demonstrators from entering the presidential square.

The protesters - who had made a 100-day trek to La Paz - wanted an annual state subsidy of about $400 (£254). They currently receive about 30% of that.

The BBC's Tom Donkin reports.

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