Protesters hold up placards and chant during the Women's March in London on January 21, 2018 as part of a global day of protests, a year to the day since Donald Trump took office as US president. (AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS)
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Women's rights protesters took to the streets in European cities on Sunday to voice their frustration at sexual harassment, violence and discrimination against women.In Berlin, a few dozen people gathered by the US embassy at the Brandenburg Gate and waved slogans in English including "Resist", "Stand, unite, fight" and "Time's up: Impeach now", referring to US President Donald Trump.As protesters moved through Berlin's government district, the crowd grew to around a thousand people, including expatriate Americans and a large male minority.In the United States, protestors took to the streets en masse on Saturday, hoisting anti-Trump placards, banging drums and donning pink hats for a second Women's March opposing the president -- one year to the day since his inauguration.
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