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Celebrities back call for climate action in Extinction Rebellion video

Reuters Sunday, 3 November 2019
Singer Ellie Goulding, actor Imelda Staunton and model Daisy Lowe were among celebrities demanding that the governments act on climate change in a video campaign launched by Extinction Rebellion on Sunday ahead of Britain's Dec. 12 general election.
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News video: Climate activists stage 'oil spill' at Africa Oil Week conference in Cape Town

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