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"Not our president!" shout angry protesters in the US

Tens of thousands of demonstrators filled the streets of downtown Los Angeles and San Francisco with signs decrying US President Donald Trump.

Tens of thousands of demonstrators filled the streets of downtown Los Angeles and San Francisco with signs decrying US President Donald Trump.

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Donald Trump protests held across Europe

Tens of thousands of people across Europe have taken part in a global day of protests against new US president Donald Trump.

Tens of thousands of people across Europe have taken part in a global day of protests against new US president Donald Trump.

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Anti-Trump protests take the fight international

Protests against Donald Trump have been held in Brussels, London and Berlin ahead of Saturday's Womens' marches.

Protests against Donald Trump have been held in Brussels, London and Berlin ahead of Saturday's Womens' marches.

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Alt-inauguration: the other side of today's ceremony

Follow our live text updates covering the alternative side to Donald Trump’s inauguration – the widespread protests over him becoming the next US president.

Follow our live text updates covering the alternative side to Donald Trump’s inauguration – the widespread protests over him becoming the next US president.

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Trump critics promise '100 days of resistance'

Trump's high-profile critics aim to stand up to what they see are attacks on healthcare provisions, immigrant rights and action on climate change.

Trump's high-profile critics aim to stand up to what they see are attacks on healthcare provisions, immigrant rights and action on climate change.

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Washington prepares for Friday's inaugural festivities

A group of anti-Trump protesters held a rally in Washington on Wednesday evening (Jan 18) as preparations got under way for the president-elect’s inauguration.

A group of anti-Trump protesters held a rally in Washington on Wednesday evening (Jan 18) as preparations got under way for the president-elect’s inauguration.

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Romanian protests target government over corruption drive

President Iohannis has intervened amid concern over plans to introduce pardons and decriminalise offences in corruption cases.

President Iohannis has intervened amid concern over plans to introduce pardons and decriminalise offences in corruption cases.

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Trump struggles to add star power to his moment of glory, faces boycott

Beyond the US president-elect's difficulty in attracting A-list musicians to supply the mood music for Friday's inauguration, a political boycott is now growing in strength.

Beyond the US president-elect's difficulty in attracting A-list musicians to supply the mood music for Friday's inauguration, a political boycott is now growing in strength.

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Donald Trump, day one: US Women's March set to go global

Organisers of the January 21 event are expecting around one million people to march in at least 300 sister events globally.

Organisers of the January 21 event are expecting around one million people to march in at least 300 sister events globally.

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Quake survivors in central Italy protest over lack of help

Residents gathered in Accumoli to complain that not enough has been done to help them with cleaning up operations and reconstruction

Residents gathered in Accumoli to complain that not enough has been done to help them with cleaning up operations and reconstruction

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Outcry over Trump attack on civil rights icon John Lewis

The president-elect slammed the Congressman's record after Lewis questioned Trump's legitimacy, prompting many to come to the veteran's defence.

The president-elect slammed the Congressman's record after Lewis questioned Trump's legitimacy, prompting many to come to the veteran's defence.

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Clashes between police and refugees in Florence

There have been scuffles between Somali refugees and police outside the office of regional authorities in Florence.

There have been scuffles between Somali refugees and police outside the office of regional authorities in Florence.

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Gazans protest power cuts

Security forces in Hamas-controlled northern Gaza have broken up protests by thousands of people calling for an end to power cuts.

Security forces in Hamas-controlled northern Gaza have broken up protests by thousands of people calling for an end to power cuts.

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Mexico vows to keep prices stable as anger mounts

In a bid to contain rising prices in the face of mounting street anger, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has set out a plan to help struggling families.

In a bid to contain rising prices in the face of mounting street anger, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has set out a plan to help struggling families.

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Peru: Tempers flare in protests over road tolls

Tear gas has been fired in Lima, Peru, as police clashed with lorry drivers protesting at road toll charges going up.

Tear gas has been fired in Lima, Peru, as police clashed with lorry drivers protesting at road toll charges going up.

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Poland: anti-foreigner protests turn violent after fatal stabbing

Riot police have clashed with protesters in Poland amid anti-foreigner sentiment in a northeastern town, after a young local man was stabbed to death on New Year’s Eve following a row at a kebab…

Riot police have clashed with protesters in Poland amid anti-foreigner sentiment in a northeastern town, after a young local man was stabbed to death on New Year’s Eve following a row at a kebab…