1. Various of mock US flag being burned by protesters
2. Wide of media next to chanting protesters, pan to burning flag
3. Close up of protester chanting in front of banner reading (English): "Land, jobs, services, justice. No to G20!"
4. Mid of burning flag with protesters holding banners in background
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Rita Baua, protest leader:
"We are here to protest the G20 summit which is composed of big monopoly capitalist countries together with their followers because they will only impose more hardships for the working class of the world."
6. Close up of banner reading (English): "G20 summit more crisis, more poverty"
About 200 activists took to the streets of the Philippine capital on Friday to protest against the G20 summit in Pittsburgh.
The protesters marched to the tightly guarded American embassy in Manila, burning a mock US flag along the way.
The activists criticise the G20 as lacking in mandate and legitimacy to steer the direction of the global economy amid what is widely regarded as the worst economic crisis to hit the world since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
One of the protest leaders accused the G20 summit of imposing "more hardship on the working class".
The leaders of the world's 20 largest economies on Thursday kicked off their two-day meeting dedicated to fostering a healthy global recovery with a historic shift recognising the rising influence of countries such as China,
South Korea and India.
They were poised to approve a greater voice for Asian countries, surging on the world's economic stage, that could come at Europe's expense.