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Climate-change protesters block entrance to London City Airport

CBS News Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
Demonstrators from the activist group Extinction Rebellion attempted to stage a "Hong Kong-style" occupation of London City Airport on the fourth day of major climate-change protests around the British capital. A large group of police officers were at the airport in anticipation of the protest. CBS News’ Haley Ott reports.
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News video: Police remove Extinction Rebellion protesters chained to car outside Ministry of Defence in London

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Footage of emergency services removing Extinction Rebellion protesters who had chained themselves to a car outside the Ministry of Defence in London on October 7.

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