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NY protest pushes back against Trump, supports gay rights

By AFP
05 February 2017   |   8:11 am
About 3,000 people demonstrated in New York Saturday against Donald Trump, voicing solidarity with LGBT groups, Muslims and others they fear the US president could target.

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