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He will not only intensify all of the injustices that America is responsible for in the world and in this country but he will suffocate the space to fight it." Video ID: 20170121 063 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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The Women's March, which was organised as part of a global protest against the new US President Donald Trump in Washington DC, continued in full force on Saturday, with hundreds of thousands marching in the streets to denounce Trump on his first full day in office as the 45th US president. Demonstrators held signs that readPussy grabs back” and “We are the popular vote” as they marched. Organisers of the march called on all people who felt marginalised throughout Trump’s campaign to join and make a clear statement of their "disapproval of the new president and his values in a peaceful march." Video ID: 20170121- 056 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Hundreds of people turned out to protest against the "Dal Molin" US Army Base in Vicenza on Saturday. One protester, Stefania Garabella, a member of the citizen’s movement 'No Dal Molin' said that not only was the protests against “the militarisation, against the US bases in Vicenza” but it was also “against the overbuilding in our city”, adding, “they are spoiling our city with big buildings." Video ID: 20170121- 054 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Mandatory Credit: Women's March On Washington Civil Rights activist Angela Davis, Singer Madonna and march organiser Tamika Mallory were among the speakers at the Women's March on Washington, in Washington DC, on Saturday. SOT, Tamika Mallory, Co-Chair Women's March on Washington (English): "We must be bold, the way you were bold to come here in these large numbers today. When you feel that we're not taking care of one another properly, put your feelings aside, put your pride aside, and stand up for the most marginalised people in this society, because if you stand for them, you stand for all. Dr King said, 'I will not remember the harsh words of my enemies, I will remember the silence of my friends.'" SOT, Angela Davis, Civil Rights activist (English): "We dedicate ourselves to collective resistance, resistance to the billionaire mortgage profiteers and gentrifiers, resistance to the healthcare privateers, resistance to the attacks on muslims, on immigrants, resistance to the attacks on disabled people.
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Several thousand protesters descended on the streets of Paris on Saturday afternoon to join the Women's March organised as part of a global protest against the new US President Donald Trump. Protesters including French and American nationals joined together to denouce Trump's attitude towards women's rights. They gathered at Trocadero and marched towards the peace symbol at Champ de Mars. SOT, Anna Shevchenko, Femen activist (English): "We are here as women, we are thisas feminists, and it is not by chance that this march is called 'Women's March' because I think we are here today to bring a very important message that the best curer of all social crises, like the one we are living today in the world is women's empowerment. And that is why we are here to empower each other, to give a call to revival of patriarchy presented by Trump, by Putin, by Erdogan, by Fillon, and even by Marine Le Pen, despite the fact that she is a woman.
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Leader of Front National Marine and Presidential Candidate Le Pen criticised French President Francois Hollande's "non-existent" policy towards the Ukrainian conflict, at the Freedom for Europe conference in Koblenz, Saturday. SOT, Marine Le Pen, leader of Front National (French): "Mister Hollande was totally non-existent in this Ukrainian conflict. You know, we are not naive, we know that in the history of the world conflicts can exist between nations. These conflicts need to be handled in a diplomatic way. Consequently, I think it is useful for Ukraine, which is a neighbour, of course, to be able to act diplomatically. But in order to be diplomatically, you need to have everybody around the table." SOT, Marine Le Pen, leader of Front National (French): "I only regret one thing, that over the course of the years, the voice of France has become so weak internationally, that it is no longer capable of being a balancing power which it was for so many years and which specifically helped to find diplomatic solutions.
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Recovery teams were seen working at the site of a bus crash, near San Martino Buon Albergo, east of Verona, Saturday. The bus was carrying a group of Hungarian students when it crashed; at least 16 people were killed and 39 were injured. The crash happened after the bus hit a pylon, according to emergency workers, following the collision the vehicle then plunged off road and burst into flames. The many injured were rushed to local hospitals following the accident. Video ID: 20170121- 048 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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