COVID-19: Netherlands curfew protests lead to violence

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    Markets were attacked and tear gas was thrown as protestors against COVID-19 regulations in the Netherlands clashed with police.

    Sky’s European correspondent Adam Parsons talks to people in Rotterdam to find out what set protestors off and will it happen again?

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