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Protest marches to demand women's rights will take place in more than 30 countries to mark Donald Trump's first day in office. This one in Sydney, Australia, is already underway and hundreds more are due to take place around the world, including in many UK cities. Around 200,000 people are also expected to attend a march in the American capital.
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As Nottingham Forest fans prepare to protest against the club's owner ahead of the game with Bristol City, the Post's Reds reporter, Paul Taylor, looks at how the Fawaz Al Hasawi dream turned sour.In the summer of 2012, hundreds of Nottingham Forest fans gathered in the car park outside the City Ground to joyously herald the arrival of new owners.Today hundreds of Reds supporters possibly more - will return to roughly the same spot, to demand their departure.It is roughly four-and-half...
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I think he said within a short period, after the exit from the EU and that's great. But it has got to have a -- got to work for the UK as well, but there is every reason to be optimistic. Protest marches to demand women's rights will take place in more than 30 countries to mark Donald Trump's first day in office. This one in Sydney, Australia, is already underway and hundreds more are due to take place around the world, including in many UK cities. Around 200,000 people are also expected to attend a march in the American capital.
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