The end of June in Hamburg. In just a few days, the city will be hosting the heads of state and representatives from the world's 20 biggest industrialized and emerging economies. And the protestors are already out in force.
Ayatollah Mahmud Hashemi Shahroudi was responsible for overseeing hundreds of death sentences as head of Iran's justice ministry. Many in Germany were outraged by his stay in the country and filed complaints against him.
Police in Hamburg are asking for the public's help to identify "Black Bloc" rioters who caused millions in damages at the G20 summit. Officials estimate that up to 6,000 people were involved in the street violence.
Conservative German politicians have condemned the publication of photos of 54 police officers accused of brutality. The police previously provoked anger by releasing photos of "black block" rioters at the G20 summit.
The new book depicts a president too consumed with chaos in his own administration to make time for allies. Trump reportedly spent a crucial G20 summit in Hamburg planning how to deal with his children's Russia ties.
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