G7: protesters clash with police in Bayonne

G7: protesters clash with police in Bayonne

Anti-G7 demonstrators face police who are using a water cannon and tear gas on the streets of Bayonne, a few kilometers from the G7 summit in Biarritz.
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Indian students paint Trump portraits ahead of US leader's first visit to the country

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