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Fresh protests rock Taiwan's police and parliament

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Hundreds of demonstrators surrounded a police station before staging a sit-in outside parliament late Friday to demand a top police official resign for removing protestors from parliament earlier in the day.  

Students protesters display placards during a demonstration while surrounding a local police station in Taipei, late in the evening of April 11, 2014

About 500 people surrounded a police station in downtown Taipei to voice their anger at its chief Fang Yang-ning, who had removed dozens of protestors who had refused to leave parliament after student activists ended their occupation of the main chamber.

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