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Dutch News
The New Year was not so peaceful 1/5/2007
The turn of the new year was not peaceful at all, the chief of police in Gelderland-Zuid, Henk van Zwam has said. His comments contradicted statements from various other police regions that the New Year''s celebrations passed off smoothly, despite several violent incidents and arrests. Van Zwam pointed out that a large amount of fireworks, stones and bottles were thrown at police. In Norway, meanwhile, there are increasing calls for a ban on fireworks.

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