14:37 GMT29 October 2020
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    The house in the Friedrichshain district of the German capital originally became a squatters' residence on 30 June 1990, soon after the fall of the Berlin wall. Previous protests last week gathered thousands of citizens, demonstrating against a decision to evict the project.

    People rally in Berlin to protest against the eviction of an "anarchist-queer-feminist" collective housing project also known as the Liebig34 squat. Earlier in June, a regional court granted the owner's eviction suit against the residents, confirming the order on 15 September.

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