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Flames Subside But Protests Continue As G-20 Leaders Gather For Hamburg Summit

Anti-globalization activists continued protests in the German city for a second day as the summit of the world's major economic powers got underway.

The smoke and flames have largely subsided in the streets of Hamburg, Germany, but anti-globalization protests that have sometimes turned violent continued for a second day on Friday, marring a summit of the world

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