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The riots saw damage to shops and property in towns and cities across the country

Riots over Dutch COVID curfew hit for a third successive night

This was the aftermath in the Netherlands after more riots over the country's COVID-19 curfew. 

The violence on Monday was a third successive evening of unrest. 

It saw damage to shops and property in towns and cities across the country. A total of 184 people were arrested. 

The protests are over the Netherlands' recently approved 9pm-4:30am coronavirus curfew. 

Dutch justice minister Ferd Grapperhaus said on Tuesday that those arrested in the riots would receive swift punishment.