Europe Erupts in Second Night of Violent Anti-Lockdown Protests

Europe descended into a second night of carnage on Saturday amid the return of strict lockdown rules across the Continent. MailOnline has more.

Thousands of people took to Amsterdam’s central Dam Square and the Hague on Saturday, a day after the “orgy of violence” during the Rotterdam riots that saw seven people injured. Police said seven arrests were made on Sunday after youths set streets ablaze and shot fireworks at officers.

Video footage from the Hague showed motorists sounding their horns in support as a trio of small explosions could be clearly seen on the main road in the background. Elsewhere, protestors were pictured ripping down street signs in chaotic scenes.

Anti-riot police were forced to clear the wreckage of smouldering scooters and burnt-out bicycles that were torched by the anti-vax mob and left to block roads in one of the worst outbreaks of violence in the country since Covid restrictions were first implemented.

Meanwhile, similar demonstrations against virus restrictions also took place in Switzerland, Croatia, Italy, Northern Ireland, Austria and North Macedonia on Saturday, a day after Dutch police opened fire on protesters and seven people were injured in rioting that erupted in Rotterdam.

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Stop Press: a Crowd of anti-vaccine passport protestors gathered outside the Austrian Embassy in London last night,

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