Police search for weapons at G20 protest camp
08 July 2017 | 1:00 pm
Protesters at a camp in Hamburg's Altona Volkspark were searched in the early hours of Saturday (July 8) as German police looked for weapons and checked ID documents following running clashes with anti-capitalist protesters at the city's G20 summit.
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A tight security blanket has been imposed on the Indian capital as it prepares to host world leaders. Major disruptions to travel and business are expected.
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