Police intervene in demonstrations in Mongolia
Thursday, 13 April 2006
Mongolia Web, Ulaanbaatar. The police has peacefully intervened this afternoon in the
demonstrations on the square. A crowd of police men were gathered and
circeled the gers (traditional nomadic dwellings) that the
demonstraters had put up on the square. Later the police force
approached the demonstraters and attempted to remove the protesters.
terrycom.net reports: Protesters attempted to use the Ger elements (wood poles, canvas,
roofing) to wedge their way running foward, putting their weight into
the approach. The police held their ground (good for them). The Ger was
smashed into pieces (good for them). Then the protesters were ticked
that the Ger was destroyed.
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