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Seoul on highest security alert for G20 summit

Seoul on highest security alert for G20 summit
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Protests seem to go hand in hand with G20 summits and usually on a fairly grand scale.
But one individual tried his luck by brandishing a placard in front of the summit conference hall.

Euronews reporter Seamus Kearney said he was expressing his anger over globalisation pollution when police pounced.

Seoul is obviously on a high security alert. South Korean police have created a no-go-zone of a two kilometres radius round the summit conference hall. It means the thousands of demonstrators who are expected to turn up will be kept well away from the talks.

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