Police use tear gas to disperse protesters in Croatia

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February 26, 2011 18:32

 
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ZAGREB, Croatia — Some 15,000 anti-government protesters rallied in the Croatian capital on Saturday, and state television reported that some clashed with police, who used tear gas to disperse them.

Dozens of mostly young demonstrators charged at a police cordon preventing them from reaching a central square in Zagreb where the government headquarters is located, the Croatian TV said.

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