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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Violent protesters arrested at international economic summit
JURIST Staff at 12:01 AM ET

On September 26, 2000, police in Prague scuffled with and arrested dozens of violent protesters who were attempting to disrupt the G-20 economic summit taking place there. Despite hurling stones and Molotov cocktails at security forces, the anti-globalization activists failed to prevent meetings as they did in Seattle during the 1999 G-20 conference.

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