G20 in Hamburg: Police and protesters clash | In Depth | DW | 06.07.2017    

The "Welcome to Hell" protest was over shortly after it began, following a day of suspense in Hamburg. Many people had stayed at home or left the city. But, as Jenny Witt reports, almost everyone had expected trouble.

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