Extinction Rebellion activists hold massive ‘Free The Press’ rally in London

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Thousands of climate activists have gathered in London for a ‘Free The Press’ protest, waving the Extinction Rebellion environmental campaign group’s flags and denouncing the alleged lack of coverage on climate change and environment-related issues in the British media.

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