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Sunday, 22 July, 2001, 01:09 GMT 02:09 UK
In pictures: Clashes continue in Genoa
Hundreds were injured and dozens arrested as anti-globalisation protesters clashed with police in the Italian city of Genoa on Saturday.

Meanwhile, the leaders of the Group of Eight - the world's seven richest nations and Russia - discussed poverty, the environment and other issues.

Protesters in Genoa on Saturday
The crowd of protesters was among the largest to date

Italian police in Genoa
Police were out in force

Demonstrator smashes a bank window
Some of the demonstrators turned to violence

Police beat a demonstrator with batons
Police used force against protesters

Injured demonstrator gets first aid
There were injuries on both sides

Valdimir Putin, Jacques Chirac, George W Bush and Romano Prodi in a light moment
Despite the seriousness, there were light moments

Sir Bob Geldoff and Bono lobbied Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien
Rock stars lobbied world leaders on debt relief

Protester flashes a V for victory sign at police
Some protesters sensed victory...

Grafitti on a smashed window
...while some saw the day in different terms ...

Imptomptu memorial at the spot where a protester was shot dead on Friday
... and others mourned Friday's shooting victim

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