News

Again riots in Hamburg after the end of the G20 summit

Again riots in Hamburg after the end of the G20 summit

Photo: AFP

A few hours after the end of the G20 summit laaiden the wake of the riots in Hamburg. The police has multiple water cannons deployed to put an end to various zitblokkades in the city.

Protesters bekogelden the police with bottles, firecrackers and other objects.

In the evening gathered according to the police some six hundred demonstrators in the Neue Pferdemarkt and the nearby Schulterblattstraat where earlier rioting. According to a politiewoordvoerder was at first quiet, until a larger group of people against the police began to turn.

Some protesters have been arrested, and a number of agents injured.

Barricades

Just like last night several cars were demolished and set on fire. Heavily armed troops of police are present in the area to intervene if necessary. In addition to the deployment of water cannons, the police also found pepper spray to the rioters to disperse. They have barricades thrown up to the police to keep

On the Deichtorplatz in Hamburg gathered Saturday at the end of the afternoon, thousands of protesters for the protest march ‘Boundless Solidarity instead of the G20’.

Escalation

Although the German politicians, the participants have called for peaceful protest, held the police in Hamburg are already taking into account an escalation of violence, just like Friday night, when the left-radical protesters, large-scale destruction caused.

Shops were looted and barricades on fire. Also motor vehicles, vuilnisemmers and cycling were according to the police up in flames.

Final

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel closed Saturday afternoon the two-day summit in Hamburg. The US, after keeping all the other G20 countries to the climate deal in Paris. The countries recognize in a unanimous declaration that the United States withdraw from the agreement.

The French president Emmanuel Macron announced that France on december 12, will host a new summit on the progress of the unfccc.

Riots during G20 summit in Hamburg

In the evening gathered according to the police some six hundred demonstrators in the Neue Pferdemarkt and the nearby Schulterblattstraat where earlier rioting
© AFP

Protesters with water cannons tried kept at a distance.
© AFP

The police also used pepper spray to protesters to drift apart.
© AFP

A few hours after the end of the G20 summit blaze the wake of the riots in Hamburg.
© AFP

On the Deichtorplatz in Hamburg gathered thousands of protesters for the protest march ‘Boundless Solidarity instead of the G20’.
© AFP

The police reported Saturday morning that the peace in and around the Schanzenviertel had returned.
© ANP

In the district Schanzenviertel in Hamburg ransacked some five hundred demonstrators in a supermarket.
© ANP

Many window panes were destroyed.
© ANP

Around 6.00 pm and the street cleaning started with the clean up of junk.
© ANP

The police in Hamburg put water cannons against the protesters.
© AFP

Several cars are set on fire by the rioters.
© AFP

A troublemaker throws a bike on a lit fire.
© AFP

Many ultra-left and anarchist groups like the international economic summit of the G20 disruption.
© ANP

For the top is a safety zone set up. Nevertheless, the police have great difficulty in making the protesters in their place.
© ANP

Protesters in the streets, barricades erected and set on fire.
© AFP

A troublemaker is arrested by the riot police.
© ANP

The German authorities fear that there are an estimated eight thousand violent rioters at the G20 summit in Hamburg here.
© ANP

In addition to cars are also a lot of windows, doors and furniture destroyed.
© AFP

The police turn water cannons against the rioters.
© AFP

An activist dressed as a clown is arrested during the G20 summit in Hamburg.
© AFP

From the first day of the G20 summit in Hamburg when it comes to confrontations between rioters and the police.
© ANP

Share this photo via:

Back to slideshow

.

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular