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Global climate 'rebellion' sees mass arrests and blocked roads

Terra Daily Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Global climate 'rebellion' sees mass arrests and blocked roadsNew York (AFP) Oct 7, 2019

Climate protesters from Sydney to New York blocked roads Monday, sparking hundreds of arrests, as two weeks of civil disobedience demanding immediate action to save the Earth from "extinction" kicked off. The demonstrations, triggered by the group Extinction Rebellion, were mostly limited to a few hundred people in each city, far from the size of last month's massive Greta Thunberg-inspired
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News video: Mass arrests as Extinction Rebellion takes protests global

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Activist group Extinction Rebellion kicked off two weeks of peaceful protests on Monday, with protesters gluing their hands to roads and chaining themselves to cars. David Doyle reports.

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