Far-right demonstrators attack journalists and LGBTQ activists ahead of Pride march in Tbilisi
Far-right demonstrators launched an attack on journalists and stormed LGBTQ activists' headquarters in Tbilisi ahead of a planned Pride march.
Footage from July 5 shows the anti-LGBTQ protesters scaling the three-storey building and waving Georgian flags.
Further clips show the protesters clashing with police who were attempting to escort journalists and camera crews away from the violence.
One clip shows a motorcyclist driving straight into a journalist and her cameraman.
According to reports, a journalist was beaten by the protesters and some camera crews claimed that their equipment was broken.
The proposed "March for Dignity" Pride event has been cancelled after the attack on the organisers HQ.