Hundreds of police conducted a raid on a German far-left group that's been squatting in a building in Berlin for years, evicting dozens of members on Friday.
Police used chainsaws and cutters to enter 34 Liebigstrasse in Berlin’s Friedrichshain district.
At least 30 women were seen being taken into police custody.
They’re part of the self-proclaimed "anarchist queer feminist project."
Around 300 people gathered earlier in the morning to protest and prevent the eviction, many clashed with authorities.
German police deployed 1,500 officers from several states and set up an exclusion zone around the area.
The housing project has existed for 30 years - but the lease-agreement with the property owners ran out in 2018 and the building has been occupied ever since.
The squatters say the aim of the project was to provide an alternative way of living and prevent the gentrification of the local area.
Stand-offs between police and far-left squatters have been commonplace in nearby Rigaerstrasse for over a decade.