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Demonstrators protest at G20 Summit

Demonstrators protest at G20 Summit
Police officers hold back demonstrators protesting the G8/G20 summits in Toronto, Canada. (Getty Images)
Demonstrators protest at G20 Summit
A police car burns after violent anti-G20 protesters smashed their way through downtown streets. (Getty Images)
Demonstrators protest at G20 Summit
Violent protesters burned police cars, smashed shop fronts and confronted the force of approximately 20,000 police who were charged with keeping order during the first day of the G20 Summit. (Getty Images)
Demonstrators protest at G20 Summit
Police officers chase demonstrators. The protestors were forced by police back into the downtown streets. (Getty Images)
Demonstrators protest at G20 Summit
World leaders are meeting for the G20 and G8 summits being held in Toronto and nearby Muskoka June 25-27. (Getty Images)
Demonstrators protest at G20 Summit
A shattered glass-plate window cascades down. At least 10,000 people marched to highlight issues like poverty and climate change. (Getty Images)
Demonstrators protest at G20 Summit
Security for the G8 and G20 summits is reported to have cost Canadian tax payers more than $1bn. (Getty Images)
Demonstrators protest at G20 Summit
Police officers hold back demonstrators protesting the G8/G20 summits June 26, 2010 in Toronto, Ontario Canada. Store windows were smashed and a police car set on fire during the protest which was one of several planned in the city to coincide with the gathering of world leaders for the G20 and G8 summits being held in Toronto and nearby Muskoka June 25-27. (Getty Images)