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"Welcome to Hell" is the banner of the annual bloody demonstration over the capitalist cou

The European anti-capitalist, approximately 100,000 protesters, are pouring this year into the port city of Hamburg, Germany for their Yearly Anti-Globalization protest.

The annual bloody demonstration against the G20 summit is aiming to react today and tomorrow with a big demonstration over the capitalist countries decisions of worldly trade and climate changes. The police department of Hamburg City expects 8,000 of the protesters to be ready to commit violence.

The G20 summit will be held this Friday and Saturday in Germany where the leaders of world's 20 biggest economies, hosted by Chancellor Angela Merkel, will face tough talks on divisive issues including trade and climate change.

The activists are greeting the U.S. President Donald Trump and the G20 summit leaders with a banner: "Welcome to Hell". The protest organizer Andreas Blechschmidt, declared today that, “…G20 policies worldwide are responsible for hellish conditions like hunger, war and the climate disaster.”

On the sidelines of the summit, the president Trump will meet NATO partners, Chancellor Merkel with Turkish leader Tayyip Erdogan, regarding the defenses strategy and expenses to confront the North Korea threat.

President Trump will also meet the Russian President Vladimir Putin after the U.S. leader called Russia's behavior "destabilizing", a description the Kremlin rejected….

The G20 summit every year has been a meeting with lots of surprises and bloods. Let’s hope this year everything will flow well and the decisions of the richest and strongest world’s countries will help to make a better world.

Reuters information

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