Anti-Summit: Slovene Capital 'Beseiged' by Police and Protesters
Ljubljana, 16 June - On the margins of the U.S.-Russian Slovenia summit, peaceful protests were staged in the Slovene capital Ljubljana by various activist groups, wishing the two guest statesmen a unique 'non-welcome', and pointing to human rights violations in the U.S. and Russia, disrespect for the Kyoto Treaty and non-open state borders. Protestors were also very critical of the Slovene authorities.
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