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G-8 Face Aftershocks, Protesters

The Group of Eight summit is taking place in L'Aquila, a town still shaken by aftershocks from April's brutal earthquake - Italy's worst in 30 years - and full of criticism that the meeting will disrupt rebuilding efforts.

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