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Thousands Protest G20 in Mexico City

Thousands of protesters marched in Mexico City over the weekend to protest the G20 summit beginning today in Los Cabos. A protester who came to Mexico from Spain’s indignado movement said the anti-austerity struggle is worldwide.

Protester: "It’s a matter of resistance to the politics of neoliberalism, to criminal policies of the G20, the IMF, the World Bank, the European Union, and our own Spanish government and other governments of the world, such as the one we are protesting today in Mexico."

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