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'Climate killer' protester rushes Merkel's stage at Frankfurt car show

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019
A climate change protester was bundled away by security staff on Thursday after he tried to rush across a stage where German Chancellor Angela Merkel was inspecting a new electric vehicle at Frankfurt's IAA car show.
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