At least one person was injured as an unauthorised march broke off from the main rally in Piazza Del Popolo, in Rome’s downtown, and attempted to reach Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s office. Police officers in riot gear blocked the demonstrators by forming a line and spraying water on protesters.What's happening in Rome?
A few hundred protesters broke off and headed down another street in Rome's historic main shopping district that ends near Premier Mario Draghi's office in Chigi Palace. Police formed a line, aided by police vans, and prayed water to thwart access to the seat of the Italian government.Was the riots in Rome a fascist squad attack?
"It was a fascist squad attack, and it is unacceptable," CGIL's head Maurizio Landini said on Sunday, speaking to supporters in front of the union offices in Rome. The riots drew widespread condemnation, including from Matteo Salvini and Giorgia Meloni, the leaders of the rightist League and Brothers of Italy parties, respectively.What did the police do to the London rioters?
Police officers in riot gear blocked the demonstrators by forming a line and spraying water on protesters. Videos posted on social media showed rioters, some of whom had covered their faces, throwing objects at police officers and damaging armoured vans.