Thursday, November 26, 2015   

1,000 Taipei riot police attempt to subdue protest
(03-24 10:22)

Taiwan riot police used water cannon early today during an operation to disperse hundreds of demonstrators protesting against a controversial China trade pact who had stormed government headquarters.
A total of 1,000 policemen were deployed to remove the protesters from the cabinet headquarters, the Taipei police department said, adding that 32 people were arrested.—AFP

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