By Tuesday evening, thousands of peaceful protesters gathered around Parliament, as usual; meanwhile, a 500-strong radical group targeted Köztársaság tér (Republic square), where the ruling Socialist Party is headquartered. For the thousands of riot policemen now stationed in Budapest, they proved to be a piece of cake: the square was hermetically closed, so the group moved on towards Blaha Lujza tér along Rákóczi út.
Here's what happened next:
This time, cops were equipeed with CN tear gas grenades instead of the more protester-friendly CS deployed at the MTV siege the previous day.
They also recieved canine support...
... plus horses just to make sure they remain on top of the situation.
They did remain on top...
... with a few exceptions. Blood count: 97 injuries, 98 arrests.
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about the Tuesday night riot