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Sunday, 22 April, 2001, 04:24 GMT 05:24 UK
In pictures: Quebec clashes
There have been more violent demonstrations in the Canadian city of Quebec, where leaders from North and South America agreed that non-democratic nations would be excluded from the world's biggest free-trade zone which they intend to create.


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In what appeared to mark a tougher approach, police used water cannon and rubber bullets

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The police also used teargas as helicopters hovered overhead

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The demonstrators responded, throwing rocks and bottles

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Just 300 yards away from the summit venue, protesters began tugging at the fence they had breached before

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But while the scenes have been ugly, the numbers involved have been relatively small



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