Thousands of protestors were out on the weekend in the northern Germany city of Hamburg to demonstrate against the G20 summit. Demonstrations were mostly peaceful, but scuffles also broke out between police and anti-globalization protesters.
Argentina has blocked entry to anti-globalization activists ahead of its hosting of a key World Trade Organization meeting. The WTO agenda includes ways to stem over-fishing and safeguards for online trading.
A special commission has spent the past six months combing through images of rioters at the Hamburg G20. Police have now carried out raids across Germany.
As images of mass protests and burning cars overshadow the G20 summit, police in Hamburg have clamped down. That is a necessary move, DW's Henrik Böhme writes.
Ismail Haniyeh, leader of Hamas, has called for a new Palestinian intifada, or uprising, after US President Donald Trump's announcement on Wednesday. Violent protests have erupted in the West Bank.
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