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Videos shared on social media showed the police dispersing the protesters using truncheons, leaving some of them bloodied and apparently unconscious on the ground.

Authorities later denounced "groups of individuals, including some in hooded sweaters, who provoked and stoned the police."Khadija Ryadi of the Moroccan Association for Human Rights (AMDH) said about 150 people were arrested during the violence, based on her group's sources."Forty were still detained this morning, many of them from neighbouring communities who were arrested when they came to demonstrate," said Ryadi."Residents no longer gather in a single neighbourhood to demonstrate," she said."They now protest in several neighbourhoods at the same time, and the police intervene immediately, sometimes using tear gas despite the presence of women and children."The situation was calm on Tuesday in Al-Hoceima, where protesters marched through streets banging pots.

On Tuesday, 29 police officers were injured during new clashes in the neighbouring town of Imzouren, the same source said, adding that they were all later released from hospital.