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French police fire tear gas, water cannons at anti-G7 protesters

Reuters Saturday, 24 August 2019
French riot police used water cannons and tear gas on Saturday to disperse anti-capitalism protesters in Bayonne, near the resort of Biarritz where President Emmanuel Macron and G7 nation allies were meeting for a three-day summit.
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