Greta Thunberg removed from site of mass anti-coal protest in Germany

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German authorities removed climate activist Greta Thunberg and other protestors from the site mass demonstration against the razing of a ​​village called Lützerath for the expansion of a coal mine.

German newspaper Bild reported on Sunday that authorities escorted away the 20-year-old activist and ten other demonstrators who refused to comply with their efforts to clear the area.

Video also circulated online showing German police pushing Thunberg and other climate activists away from the coal mine site.

Bild reported that Thunberg finally left the coal mine site at 5:10 p.m. local time and headed to the nearby village of Keyenberg.




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