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Extinction Rebellion protests - live: Environmental activists 'to shut down London' as two-week climate demonstration begins

Independent Monday, 7 October 2019 ()
More than 21 arrested as demonstrations set to be five times bigger than April protests get underway
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News video: Activists take part in flashmob in Paris as Extinction Rebellion protests go international

Activists take part in flashmob in Paris as Extinction Rebellion protests go international 05:12

Activists take part in a flashmob in Paris as the Extinction Rebellion protests go international. Filmed on October 8, climate activists dance on bales of hay to Eurythmics "Sweet Dreams".

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