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G-20 Hamburg: Tens Of Thousands Demonstrate On Summit's Last Day

Huge and peaceful marches on Saturday followed a night of rioting and looting. More than 200 officers have been injured, Hamburg police say.
Policemen stand in front of a looted shop after riots struck Hamburg's Schanzenviertel district as the G-20 Summit heads toward its close on Saturday. / CHRISTOF STACHE / Getty Images

Tens of thousands of people turned out for the largest protests yet against the G-20 meetings in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday. The peaceful marches contrasted with the violence of Friday night, when rioting and clashes with security forces erupted.

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