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Further anti-G8 protests in Italy

Further anti-G8 protests in Italy
Members of Oxfam, wearing masks of world leaders, take part in anti-G8 protests in Rome. (Getty Images)
Further anti-G8 protests in Italy
Oxfam members eat spaghetti to highlight the issue of world hunger to G8 leaders who met in L'Aquila. The UN Food administration said that more than a billion people worldwide do not get enough food. (Getty Images)
Further anti-G8 protests in Italy
Riot policemen block protesters during a demonstration of Fiat car makers in Rome. Workers demonstrated while a meeting between Fiat executives, unions and the government took place in the Italian capital. (Getty Images)
Further anti-G8 protests in Italy
Protesters march from the village of Paganica to the quake-hit Italian town of L'Aquila. The march was to draw attention to the slow progress of reconstruction after the quake, which killed 299 people and left some 70,000 homeless. (Getty Images)
Further anti-G8 protests in Italy
Demonstrators stand in front of a sign reading 'Last ladies' as they protests in a new earthquake resistant building, constructed by the Italian government for office use. (Getty Images)
Further anti-G8 protests in Italy
Riot police stand guard as protesters demonstrate against the G8 summit. The world's biggest economies agreed to try to limit global warming by two degrees. (Getty Images)

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