Monday, 19 March 2012
More rioting erupts in Canada
MORE rioting has broken out in Canada - this time in London, Ontario.
A TV van was set on fire and later exploded (see video) as around 1,000 young people torched vehicles and threw beer bottles.
It was the worst case of civil disobedience the city has ever seen, said London Police Chief Brad Duncan, according to 680 News.
The violence grew near the city's Fanshawe College and began with St Patrick Day celebrations.
The scenes of exuberant destruction follow the riots in Montreal last week amid a rise of youth militancy in Québec.
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