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    German Police Sent to Venue of New Anti-G20 Protest in Hamburg

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    German police have come to the venue of a new massive anti-G20 protest in the German city of Hamburg - Millerntor Stadium next to St. Pauli metro station, a Sputnik correspondent reported Friday.

    HAMBURG (Sputnik) Protesters are marching across the city center to the venue of the ongoing 20 world leaders' forum in Congress Center.

    Demonstrators are shouting: "An eye for an eye makes the world blind!", "Game over, capitalism!", "Together we are free!"

    ​The protest, which has already gathered several thousands of participants, has not yet seen major clashes. The rally is organized by an autonomous and anti-capitalist alliance, dubbed Welcome to Hell, against the G20 summit.

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