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Rioting in Little India

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8th Dec 2013 Singapore
A riot has broken out in Little India after a private bus driver knocked down a pedestrian. Riot police have been deployed with reports that the bus has been set on fire – a police car was overturned by the mob.
UPDATE from eye witness: Jagwinder Singh, Restaurant Owner

Riot and anarchy on race course road. Drunk Indian national’s head smashed under the wheel of a bus. Crowd goes crazy, they’ve smashed all the bus glasses and beat up the driver, and now even the police is taking hits. This is crazy. Never seen anything like it. Bottles, dustbins and flowerpots being thrown everywhere.

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