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Rome Is Burning After Berlusconi Confidence Vote
Protesters riot on the streets of Rome after Premier Silvio Berlusconi won back-to-back confidence votes in the Italian parliament.
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Dec. 14: Demonstrators are seen through a bus smashed window during clashes in Rome.

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Dec. 14: A police officer fires tear gas during clashes in Rome. Outside parliament, thousands of demonstrators marched, smashed shop windows, destroyed bank ATMs and set at least three vehicles on fire. At one point they even entered a bank, prompting staffers to try to barricade themselves inside. Police fired tear gas as the protesters neared Berlusconi's residence.

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Dec. 14: Demonstrators clash with police in Rome.

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Dec. 14: Demonstrators hurl cobblestones at police in Rome.

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Dec. 14: Firefighters try to extinguish the flames from a burning police van and car next to the church of Santa Maria in Montesanto in Piazza del Popolo Square during clashes between police and protesters in Rome.

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Dec. 14: A demonstrator hurls a bottle past a burning car during clashes in Rome.

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Dec. 14: Demonstrators, background, clash with police in Rome's Piazza del Popolo Square.

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Dec. 14: Policemen struggle amid unidentified people during a demonstration in Rome.

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Dec. 14: Police officers take position during clashes in Rome.

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Dec. 14: Demonstrators, background, clash with police in Rome's Piazza del Popolo Square.

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Rome Is Burning After Berlusconi Confidence Vote

Protesters riot on the streets of Rome after Premier Silvio Berlusconi won back-to-back confidence votes in the Italian parliament.

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