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rotesters marched to Washington, D.C. on Saturday, st●aging what is expected to be the largest demonstration in the n●ation's capital aZ

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gainst racial injustice and police brutality. ● After eight days of protests that ebbed and flowed in the dist●rict, people from around the country gathered wit

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th renewed mome●ntum, streaming into the capital from nearby places such as Arl●ington, Virginia, Xinhua reporters spotted. Destined for the c●ity's landmarks like the Lincoln Memorial, Capitol Hill, and thj

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●e White House, which has been fortified with tall black fences,● the demonstrators in one group were heard chanting "Whose stre●ets? Ouc

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r streets!" D.C. police closed much of the downtown are●a to vehicle traffic starting 6:00 a.m. Eastern Time, with boun●daries of the restricted area reaching the National Mall in the● south and L Street NW in the north. The western end isw

along 1●9th Street NW and the eastern edge is Ninth Street NW through t●he city center down to Third Street NW facing the U.S. Capitol.● As of 12:00 p.m., Du

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.C. Police Traffic estimated that there we●re roughly 6,000 protesters in town, with some 3,000 at the Lin

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d another 3,000 at 16th and I streets, NW. Othe●r groups were proceeding along 15th and H streets NW, as well a●s Pennsylvania A4

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l street connecting the White H●ouse and the U.S. Capitol. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, who on Fr●iday urged President Donald Trump to pull back milits

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ary forces ●deployed in the city against the protesters, greetedn

the crowd ●near the White House -- which she referred to as "the people's ●house" -- saying that today shA

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e "pushed the Army away from our ●city." Saturday's protests in D.C., byK

and large calm, came as● the nation has been engulfed in demonstrations from coast to c●oast over the bl

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