ROME, NOV 21 – Five injured policemen and at least 40 people arrested in three provinces are the toll of the second night of clashes during the anti-lockdown protests in the Netherlands. The international media report it. The Dutch authorities used water cannons, dogs and mounted police to stop the rioting youth who set fires and threw stones at the officers: five of them were injured in The Hague where the highest number of arrests were recorded. Other riots occurred in two cities in the southern province of Limburg, in the city of Urk and in the northern province of Flevoland. (HANDLE).