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QUEBEC CITY, Quebec (Reuters) – A heavy police presence and an isolated summit site thwarted protesters at the Group of Seven meeting in Canada on Saturday, dousing all but a smattering of demonstrations against the powerful world leaders.
With U.S. President Donald Trump and top U.S. allies huddled at a luxury hotel, almost unreachable due to heavy security, groups intent on disrupting the gathering were left to march through quiet city streets 140 kilometers (87 miles) away.
The article goes on to state the following:
Ten people were arrested in connection with anti-G7 protests Thursday and Friday but the scattered demonstrations were largely peaceful as authorities closed off streets and responded to any protests with ranks of police in riot gear.
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— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) June 9, 2018
— RickLeventhalFoxNews (@RickLeventhal) June 7, 2018
With @realDonaldTrump warming up for a fight with @JustinTrudeau , anti #G7 protests in #QuebecCity seem rather tame in comparison. However, this is only the first of a number of events that will keep police busy (and in their gas masks). pic.twitter.com/t5sNOXoBKk
— Richard Gaisford (@richardgaisford) June 8, 2018
Anti-G7 protest has reached the QC city convention centre. Organizer says it’s over and people should leave. Says 1,500 people participated. Centre is heavily guarded. #G7Charlevoix pic.twitter.com/J6b74JsUBF
— Jesse Feith (@JesseFeith) June 8, 2018
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