BREAKING: Police Arrest DOZENS Of Rioters After Total CHAOS Ensues- Here’s What We Know

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Members of a special Argentine police force battled with protesters who blocked access to Buenos Aires via the Pan-American Highway, an operation that was carried out during a one-day nationwide general strike.

Security forces used high-powered water cannon and teargas to control picketers who had blocked the highway, the main road leading from the north to capital city Buenos Aires, where normally bustling streets were half-empty and businesses were closed.

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The operation led to violent clashes between protesters and police that resulted in dozens of arrests.

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The demonstrators wielded rocks and large sticks but were repelled by police carrying anti-riot shields. Authorities said some officers sustained bruises.

Before the road was cleared, police forced the strikers to put out fires they had set by burning tires.

Protests also cut off traffic on the Buenos Aires-La Plata highway, which links the federal capital with the capital of Buenos Aires province.

Public transport, including train and metro service, was virtually shut down throughout Greater Buenos Aires and in other large Argentine cities.

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Buses were not operating and few taxis were circulating on the streets.

The general strike was called by the Confederacion General del Trabajo (CGT) and is the first of conservative President Mauricio Macri’s nearly 16-month-old government.

Both unemployment and poverty have worsened since Macri took office in December 2015, while inflation exceeded 40 percent last year due in part to the government’s decision to impose whopping increases in utility rates.

More than 30 percent of Argentines live below the poverty line, according to official figures released last week.

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Sources- FOX/ EFE

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