French police attack on G7 summit protesters


This 24 August 2019 French AFP news agency video is about the big peaceful demonstration in Hendaye, France against the G7 summit in Biarritz.

This video is the sequel.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:

French police use tear gas and water cannons against protesters at the G7 summit

The French riot police used water cannons and tear gas … to disperse a crowd of demonstrators in Bayonne. In the city in southwest France, demonstrators had gathered to protest against the summit of seven major industrialized countries and the EU in nearby Biarritz.

Several hundred campaigners blocked roads in Bayonne. …

13,000 soldiers and agents were deployed for the G7 summit. …

Earlier today, thousands of anti-globalists walked a peaceful protest march in Hendaye, France, on the border with Spain. They demanded that world leaders take action against climate change and economic inequality.

Trump escalates economic confrontation with China: here.

Sunday, August 25, 2019: [British Conservative Prime Minister] Boris Johnson defends Prince Andrew at G7 despite Epstein controversy: here.

Divisions between major powers widen at G7 summit: here.

EU WILL RETALIATE IF TRUMP TAXES FRENCH WINE European Council President Donald Tusk warned the European Union will retaliate if Trump pushes forward with his threatened tariff on French wine, further ratcheting up global trade tensions. [HuffPost] Trump would help his own vineyards with tariffs on French wine.

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