(Adds details, releads) MILAN, April 26 (Reuters) - Police and striking Fiat workers clashed at a car plant in southern Italy on Monday, injuring nine people as a labour dispute halted virtually all of the group's vehicle production in the country. Seven strikers were hurt when police tried to clear a picket line at the Melfi plant with a truncheon charge, union representatives said. Two police officials were injured by stones thrown by the protestors as one bus managed to break ...
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