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WATCH: Massive Protests Happening Worldwide As Students Take Part in Global Climate Strike

Mediaite Friday, 20 September 2019
Hundreds of thousands of students around the world are taking part in a global climate strike meant to draw attention to the effects of climate change impacting the world. Fox News’ Ed Henry opened up The Daily Briefing Friday with a story about the strikes. Correspondent Bryan Llenas noted “tens of thousands” were protesting in […]
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News video: Thousands join global climate strike in London

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Thousands took to the streets of the British capital on Friday (September 20) as part of a global "climate strike" day.

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