Moroccan police disperse opposition protest

May 15, 2011 17:17

RABAT - Moroccan security services used truncheons to disperse a pro-democracy protest on the southern outskirts of the capital Rabat on Sunday, injuring around four people, a Reuters reporter at the scene said.

Dozens of protesters, who are part of the February 20 anti-government movement, were attempting to hold a protest picnic in front of what they say is a secret government detention center where they claim Islamists are held.

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