Teargas and water cannon used on anti-lockdown protesters in Prague

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    Czech police used teargas and a water cannon on Sunday to disperse hundreds of protesters, who attacked them after an anti-lockdown rally in Prague. Police rescue services said at least 20 people were injured in the clashes

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