Student injured in protest against Draghi in Rome -update

Protesters clash with police

(ANSA) - Rome, November 12 - One person was injured at the capital's Roma Tre university on Wednesday during clashes between police and around 100 students protesting against European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, who was giving a speech at the institute. The injured person, one of the students, had a bug cut on the head. Students threw paint, unfolded banners and sang chants including, "get bankers out of the university" and "the EU is in favour of clubbing students".
   

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