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Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Thousands of people rallied in London in support of immigrants outside Parliament on Monday. (Photo: Press Association)
While members of the British Parliament are debating whether or not to welcome Donald Trump with a state visit, people across the United Kingdom on Monday are taking to the streets to protest the anti-immigrant policies championed by the new U.S. president and the global far-right movement. Tweets about #ukstoptrump OR #1Daywithoutus "Since...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Hundreds of people in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico formed a "human wall" at the edge...
"With so much at stake, we need a Congress that will hold the members of the...

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A group of self-described "everyday people" hung a massive banner across the foot of Lady Liberty Tuesday declaring "Refugees Welcome" - an act and sentiment, immeasurably ironically, radical enough in these dystopian times that park officials are now seeking the "suspects." The day before, meanwhile, the bodies of at least 74 refugees trying to reach Europe washed up on the Libyan shore; each, critics say, is "a testament to our indifference."