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Police make dozens of arrests at UCLA

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Police officers have broken down barricades to clear a pro-Palestinian protest at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA)
Hundreds of people with tents had set up encampments at UCLA and dozens of detained protesters with their hands behind their back, being put on buses
Overnight, hundreds of officers entered the site and by Thursday morning most protesters had gone.
On Tuesday night, a masked pro-Israeli group assaulted a pro-Palestinian student camp, before officers were called to the campus
Demonstrations are continuing at dozens of universities across the US; there have been more than 1,000 arrests in total.

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