Police Arrest 11 at Montreal Campus Protest

MONTREAL — Police arrested 11 people on the campus of Universite de Montreal on Tuesday as protestors clashed with guards inside a classroom building over the resumption of classes.

Ten people were charged with assault and assault on a police officer, the Chicago Tribune reports. One protestor was released without charge.

A student strike over tuition fees disrupted the spring semester at the university. Student associations behind this week’s protests say their strike has not ended and that classes should not resume.

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