Anti-NATO protest in Strasbourg, France
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Anti-NATO protest in Strasbourg, France
An anti- NATO activist dressed as a clown kisses the shield of a riot police officer in the Neuhoff district of Strasbourg, in eastern France, where NATO’s 60th anniversary summit began Friday. Police arrested 300 people overnight, cleared the city centre of protesters and peace flags, and cut off public transport to a campsite housing thousands of demonstrators.

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Anti-NATO protesters rounded up
Protesters dressed up as clowns are stopped by police in Strasbourg. French police fired teargas and water cannon to force back anti-North Atlantic Treaty Organization protesters on the outskirts of the city and cordoned off the city center ahead of the NATO summit.

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Violent protests against NATO
An anti- NATO activist hurls stones during clashes with riot police in Strasbourg. Protesters said tensions had risen after police wounded one man with a rubber bullet in clashes with hundreds of anti-NATO activists and youths from the suburbs.

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Anti-NATO protests in Germany
Police arrest a protester at a demonstration against the NATO summit in Baden-Baden, Germany, where NATO leaders held a working dinner.

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Anti-NATO anger
An anti- NATO activist throws a piece of wood onto a burning barricade during clashes with a squad of riot police in Strasbourg, France.

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