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20 Images of G-20 Protests

Tens of thousands filled the streets of Hamburg this weekend to protest the G-20 summit. Check out 20 images of the protests.

Left Voice

July 8, 2017
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On Saturday and Sunday, the leaders of the world’s wealthiest nations gathered in Hamburg, Germany for the G-20 summit. Since Thursday, tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in protest. The 20,000 police in Hamburg used tear gas, pepper spray and water hoses, but were unable to stop people from expressing their anger against the world order organized by the G-20.

G-20, Welcome to Hell.

Images from Agencia EFE

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Images provided by Klasse Gegen Klasse

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