A small group of protesters briefly occupied Cameroon's embassy in Berlin and caused minor damage inside the building, German police said.
About 10 people forced their way into the embassy of the central African nation in the early hours of Sunday and made political demands.
The police did not provide specifics on what the protesters were arguing for and said it was too early to comment on their motive.
The occupation ended without injuries when a large police squad moved in and removed the people from the embassy, located in Berlin's Westend neighbourhood.
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