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In peaceful circumstances, they are usually installed by the police, or road transport authorities; they are also commonly employed during wars and are usually staffed by heavily armed soldiers in that case. During protests and riots, both police and demonstrators sometimes use roadblocks.
Roadblock in the West Bank
Polish barricade during the Warsaw Uprising (1944)
Roadblock during roadworks at Hisingen, Sweden, 2013
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