Protesters in Britain, the United States, Canada, and Italy turned out in almost a dozen cities, including Toronto, Baltimore, Raleigh, New York, Nashville, Houston, Glasgow, and Napoli. Attendance ranged from the dozens to the thousands, with protests taking up large swaths of city squares.
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