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10 aggrieved in clashes of opposition and police2010-05-06 14:54
Ten were injured in clashes of Georgian opposition with police - Interpressnews.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The clash occurred several hundred meters far from the Interior Ministry building in Tbilisi.
In the morning a column of opposition members walked to the Ministry, where the parade of police was held, but had to bypass along the railway, as the central road was blocked by police.
Police units were also quickly drawn along railway, riot police is arriving. They tried to shove protesters back, minor clashes occur. Some throw stones at policemen, riot police uses shields and batons in response.
One man in civil disguise, at the side of police, hit an opposition member in the face. The protester, in his turn, poured yellow paint on him. Levan Gachechiladze, one of the opposition leaders, was hit by baton against ribs, the agency reports.
Previously Georgia Times mentioned that Georgian opposition is discontent with celebration of both Giorgoba [Orthodox holiday] and Police Day on May 6th.