Around 300 activists gathered on the southern Italian island of Ischia, near Naples, to protest against the G7 Ministers of Interior meeting, on its first day, Thursday. Police authorised the demonstration on Wednesday evening. Activists reached Ischia aboard a ferryboat that was heavily guarded by police helicopters and watercraft. Once on the island police did not allow the demonstrators to get... Еще closer to the 'red zone' where the ministers were meeting, and stopped the rally after an hour, allowing protesters to march just 200 metres (656 feet) from Ischia port. Protesters marched behind a red rubber boat bearing the words ‘G7 murderers,’ an accusation against EU immigration policies. The ministers are meeting to discuss, among other things, a possible influx of foreign fighters to Europe in the wake of the self-proclaimed Islamic State's (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) defeat in parts of the Middle East.