G-7 summit protesters rail against immigration, capitalism as leaders fly overhead


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GIARDINI NAXOS, Sicily – As the Group of Seven summit wrapped up Saturday, thousands demonstrated in the streets, rallying around dozens of issues from immigration to capitalism and everything in between.

Protesters likely numbered more than the up to 5,000 expected for the march, police said, a large amount for the 9,000-resident seaside resort community of Giardini Naxos adjacent to Taormina, the cliff-side town that hosted the gathering of world leaders. Helicopters shuttling the leaders from Taormina flew overhead as the demonstrations took place.

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