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#WomensMarch against Donald Trump around the world

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image captionOfficials in Washington say up to half a million demonstrators joined the Women's March there on Saturday
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image captionHollywood actress Scarlett Johansson, who campaigned for Barack Obama, was one of the famous faces at the Washington demo
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image captionIn New York, one woman took inspiration from Mary Poppins
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image captionHundreds of marches were held worldwide. The protests, like this one in London, called for greater inclusivity and respect for women's rights
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image captionIn Macau, China, even the youngest were encouraged to take part, however aware they were of politics
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image captionOrganisers said they wanted to encourage a global movement for women's rights - this woman joined a march in Berlin
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image captionIn Sydney, Australia, protesters took to the skies
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image captionA London protester delivers a lesson in British slang
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image captionA rally for equal rights began at this restaurant in Bangkok
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image captionThousands of people marched in Sydney's Hyde Park - much of the focus was on Mr Trump's recorded comments that he had grabbed women by their genitalia
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image captionA woman waits for the start of the #IWillGoOut rally in Delhi, organised to show solidarity to the Washington marchers
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image captionThe "pussyhats", seen here in Melbourne, Australia, have become a symbol of the movement
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image captionMr Trump's reference to rival Hillary Clinton as "a nasty woman" in their final debate was remembered in Melbourne
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image captionYoung Dora launched an alternative campaign for president, a few years early, in Sydney
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image captionPresident Obama may have been out of office for only one day, but it was enough for this woman to express her loss in London

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