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Student march riots: how they unfolded on Twitter

Gardaí and protestors exchange blows in Dublin after a student march. Here’s how the news got out on Twitter.

TWITTER WAS AWASH with news and reaction as the story of the clashes between riot gardaí and student protestors broke earlier this afternoon.

Here’s a selection of how Twitter helped to break the news and capture some of the reaction.

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