Thousands of activists have protested in Berlin for a more inclusive and progressive society
BERLIN — Thousands of activists protested Saturday in Berlin for a more inclusive and progressive society, the German news agency dpa reported.
The alliance of groups, called Unteilbar (Indivisible), said around 30,000 people had participated in the demonstrations but police estimated the number at about 10,000.
The protesters called for “social justice, human rights and consequent action against the climate crisis,” dpa reported.
Participants from all over the country joined the protests but their trips to Berlin were complicated by a national train strike.
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