- "The promoters of demonstrations in Germany against the European free trade agreements with Canada (CETA) and the US (TTIP) count on hundreds of thousands of participants. In seven German cities are scheduled Saturday demonstrations."
"Roland Süss of the anti-globalization movement Attac Deutschland hoped Wednesday totaling a quarter of a million demonstrators in Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich and Stuttgart. About a third of the demonstrators are expected in the capital."
"Various groups turn for several reasons against the free trade agreements that would harm the European welfare, the environment and employment. Environmentalists example, fear that they undermine European rules for a more sustainable and cleaner economy. North Americans would have no problems with stringent EU regulations and thus be favored in a free market. Proponents argue that more trade anyway creates more jobs and prosperity.\n \n \n \n \n 1:12\n \n Images fatal brawl Wallen\n \n \n \n 0:35\n \n Karate Kick bashed man against wall\n \n \n \n 0:49\n \n PowNed reporter pelted"
"The Lower House bowed Wednesday in The Hague on the impact of the CETA. The EU's negotiations with the US on the TTIP meanwhile seem to hang."