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Burning cars and clashes with police: vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg

  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg
  • Burning cars and clashes with police vivid photo of the riots in Hamburg

Hamburg: On the eve of the opening of the G20 summit in Hamburg, thousands of activists on July 6 went to the "Welcome to Hell" protest. Policemen used water cannons and dispersed protesters. At the same time in one of the districts of Hamburg, radical anti-globalists set fire to several cars and began to smash stores. More than a hundred police officers were injured, there are detainees among the demonstrators.

In social networks, eyewitnesses publish pictures of the unrest in Hamburg.

The meetingof the G20 leaders began on the morning of July 7. The summit is guarded by more than 20,000 policemen.


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