News [h=3]Riot, arrests and a 1m-euro bill after Dutch Facebook party[/h] By AFP on Sunday, September 23 2012 at 00:36 Rioting in a sleepy Dutch town after a Facebook party invitation went viral led to 34 arrests, dozens of injured and a bill for damages, which insurers said Saturday could top a million euros.After a night of violence when police officers were pelted with stones, bottles, tubs of flowers and even bicycles, local officials lined up to denounce those responsible and promise they would be brought to justice. The estimate of "at least" a million euros ($1.3 million) by the Dutch Association of Insurers (Verbond van Verzekeraars) was part of the fall-out from Friday night's clashes in the northern town of Haren.Insurers "would do everything" to ensure the guilty parties contributed to covering the cost of the wreckage, echoing earlier remarks by the justice minister, the association said, Dutch news agency ANP reported. Their association backed a statement released earlier by Dutch Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten."This cannot be tolerated," said the minister."The authors of these acts will be judged, punished and should pay for the damage done," he added, ANP reported. Local police chief Oscar Drots, speaking at a news conference aired on public television, said all 34 people arrested would be charged with public disturbance.