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Protesters in Bolivia have clashed with police in the country's capital during a demonstration by disabled people demanding that the government pay them an annual subsidy.
A caravan of about 50 adults and children with disabilities, some using crutches, others in wheelchairs, arrived in La Paz on Thursday after a 100-day protest journey.
Clashes broke out outside parliament as crowds of protesters demanding access to the building pushed up against riot police.
At least four people were detained and the windshield of a police car was broken as the protesters banged on police shields.