Scattered demonstrations were taking place around East London as the G-20 summit got under way Thursday, but they were far smaller than the protests seen a day earlier.
A total of 32 people had been arrested by the early afternoon, police said. By contrast, 86 people were arrested in protests on Wednesday, when demonstrators swarmed the area outside the Bank of England and broke the windows of a Royal Bank of Scotland bank branch.
Demonstrations began Thursday in Strasbourg, France, where many of the G-20 leaders will attend a NATO summit marking the organization's 60th anniversary on Friday. Read full article »
-- CNN's Simon Hooper contributed to this report.