Thousands of women across the US have knitted pink "pussy hats" for the Women's March on Washington on January 21. The movement was inspired in part by one of the presidential campaign's most controversial moments.
Before hundreds of thousands of women marched in Washington to protest for women's rights, women, men and children in "pussy hats" took over downtown Frankfurt. DW reports from Frankfurt.
US President Donald Trump is meeting NATO and EU leaders in Brussels after his arrival was marked by 9,000 people marching through the city with "Trump not welcome" placards. Memorials are to be unveiled.
Trump's first full day in office belonged to the women who oppose him. The Women's March on Washington and its hundreds of sister events drew millions of participants across the globe.
The singer dismissed the idea that the phrase used during her speech at the Women's March on Washington was meant literally. She said she merely wanted to give voice to the rage and hurt felt by women at Trump's victory.
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