CLASHES WITH POLICE IN US’ GEORGIA LEAVES 21 INJURED

Washington, March 12 (QNA) – At least 21 people, including 11 police officers, have been injured during a night of rioting in Batumi, Georgia’s second-largest city.

According to ABC News, about 1,000 people gathered around the Black Sea coast city’s main police station, and set fire to about 10 cars and threw stones.

The reports say the confrontation started after police arrested a number of men for refusing to accept parking fines, sparking an argument that attracted people nearby, forcing the police to detain 40 people. (QNA)

Source:Qatar News Agency

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