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THE struggle to protect the planet from the excesses of capitalism is a global one and today activists from Extinction Rebellion are leading the way.
Here the Star presents pictures from all across the world at the beginning of a week of mass protests against climate catastrophe.
Climate protestors block the approach to Buckingham Palace on the Mall, central London.
Climate activists converge on Parliament Street.
Police attempt to engage a man who barricaded himself into a car, central London.
Kicking off the global rebellion early on Saturday, protestors at a shopping centre in Paris hang banners.
Activists block traffic between the Brandenburg Gate, background, and the Victory Column in Berlin, Germany.
Police tackle protestors in Madrid, Spain (Pic: Extinction Rebellion).
Glue on at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, Israel (Pic: Extinction Rebellion).
Protestors gather in Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India (Pic: Extinction Rebellion).
Activists block a road in central Wellington, New Zealand (Pic: Extinction Rebellion).
Another glue on, this time at the Ministry of “Fossil Fuels” [the Environment] in Wellington (Pic: Extinction Rebellion).
Activists stand on the famous Bull statue in New York city’s financial district
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