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Anti-Trump protests kick off with Washington civil rights march

By Reuters
15 January 2017   |   4:30 am
A week of protests ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration as U.S. president kicks off with a civil rights march in Washington by activists angry over the Republican's comments on minority groups including Muslims.

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