Teargas deployed at anti-lockdown protest in Naples on day of new curfew

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    Angry over a newly imposed 11pm to 5am regional curfew, demonstrators in the southern Italian city of Naples threw rocks and bottles at police on Friday evening. The authorities responded with teargas.  The stricter measures come to curb the spread of coronavirus, which has killed more than 37,000 people in Italy since the start of the pandemic Coronavirus news – live updates

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