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Global coronavirus report: Italian police use tear gas to disperse anti-lockdown rally

WHO tells countries ‘not to give up’ as virus fatigue sets in; Germany warns of losing control of infections; US daily deaths rise 10% in two weeks

Police in Italy have fired tear gas to disperse angry crowds in the northern cities of Turin and Milan after protests against the latest round of anti-coronavirus restrictions flared into violence.

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Police responded with volleys of tear gas as they tried to disperse the crowds and…

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