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Amsterdam anti-lockdown protesters clash with police

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The Dutch capital was roiled by violence between anti-lockdown protesters and police as thousands of people marched against coronavirus restrictions introduced at the end of 2021. Most shops, restaurants, pubs, and museums will remain closed until at least January 14, 2022.