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There was a kind of tension in the air from the beginning of the gathering of protesters, which separated the day from the otherwise peaceful anti-government protests.
Groups of young men appeared among the crowd, who eventually began to provoke the police. First verbally, then flares, firecrackers and bottles started flying.
It soon became clear that these were organized groups skilled in tactical confrontations with the police. When the chaos became acceptable, the latter reacted with force and tried to disperse the crowd.
Peaceful protesters dispersed, and clashes with hooligans continued late into the night.
Ljubljana, 5 November 2020
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