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Tens of thousands protest in British cities against Trump’s travel ban

By Reuters
30 January 2017   |   8:55 am
Tens of thousands of people protested in London and other British cities against President Donald Trump's ban on entry to the United States by refugees and people from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

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