Update on protests in Copenhagen
Yesterday afternoon, I wrote about the protests in Copenhagen.
Read the updates here: The protest was the largest of its kind since the U.N.-sponsored talks began in the Danish capital on Monday: Organizers said as many 100,000 people joined in the event, although police put the number at about 40,000.
Toward the end of the rally, police arrested 600 to 700 people after some activists began throwing cobblestones through windows and a handful of masked protesters set off small explosives near a group of government buildings.
Juliet Eilperin| December 13, 2009; 12:22 AM ET Save & Share:
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