At least 5,000 protesters took to the streets on Saturday during a May rally in Berlin clashing with police and injuring three officers, police said.
The injuries came after protesters threw fireworks, bottles and rocks in protests over social inequality. Some 5,600 police officers have been deployed and some have responded with pepper spray in what constituted a second day of protests in May since the coronavirus outbreak.
The turnover was higher than last year, although social alienation requirements persisted.
The protests also hit other European capitals, notably Paris, where police arrested 46 times because trash was set on fire and windows of bank branches smashed. Read more about studying in Pakistan
In Berlin, police use water guns to put out fires, while protesters set up trash cans and barricades.
Marches have also taken place in other German cities, including Hamburg and Leipzig, although Europe’s largest economy has battled a third wave of the epidemic.
Earlier, data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases showed that the number of coronavirus infections in Germany rose 18,935 to 3,400,532.
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