German riot police crack down on eco protesters trying to bring Hamburg to a standstill


German police employed batons, pepper spray and water cannons against a group of eco-zealots on Saturday as they staged a sit-down protest on a major railway supply line in Hamburg.

Dozens of protesters, led by the eco-mob Ende Gelande – which translates to ‘here and no further’ – attempted to disrupt the major northern city by blockading the Kattwyk Railway Bridge, which leads to the nearby harbour. 

Ahead of their action, Extinction Rebellion, who were also involved, said: ‘We are blocking a central hub of German foreign trade here to draw attention to the consequences of modern…



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