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Brawls and arrests as climate activists Extinction Rebellion disrupt London trains

SBS Thursday, 17 October 2019
London police say they've made arrests as climate change protesters disrupt morning train services in the city's east, complete with wild brawls on platforms.
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News video: Extinction Rebellion defy police ban to occupy London's Trafalgar Square again, despite polarising tube protest

Extinction Rebellion defy police ban to occupy London's Trafalgar Square again, despite polarising tube protest 01:23

Members of Extinction Rebellion returned to Trafalgar Square in London on Thursday (October 17), just days after being evicted by police. The Metropolitan Police had cleared away the climate activists' campsite in Trafalgar Square on Monday night. Earlier today commuters dragged Extinction...

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