The Women's March on Washington was echoed around the world Saturday by women's protests of President Trump in more than 20 countries, with events in cities including Sydney, Berlin, London, Paris, Rome, Budapest, Nairobi, Tokyo, and Cape Town. Signs spotted in Rome read "Yes we must" and "Women's rights are human rights," while in Cape Town protesters proclaimed they are "so over mediocre men running things." "It's important to show solidarity with what's happening in the U.S.," said Louise Westcott, who protested in Manchester, England. "It's a bit of a dark time at the moment."

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