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Queensland Police move a vehicle from George Street to the nearby watchhouse as a protester in the tray of the car had cemented his arm inside of the barrel and the vehicle had been placed to block traffic during the protest.Climate change activism group Extinction Rebellion have amassed members in around seventy countries, and during their 'Rebellion Week' they planned to cause continued disruption to business and roads as a means to force government policy change when it comes to environmental and climate change issues. On this second day of the Rebellion Week, numerous individuals sought to

Queensland Police move a vehicle from George Street to the nearby watchhouse as a protester in the tray of the car had cemented his arm inside of the barrel and the vehicle had been placed to block traffic during the protest.Climate change activism group Extinction Rebellion have amassed members in around seventy countries, and during their 'Rebellion Week' they planned to cause continued disruption to business and roads as a means to force government policy change when it comes to environmental and climate change issues. On this second day of the Rebellion Week, numerous individuals sought to Stock Photo
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SOPA Images Limited / Alamy Stock Photo

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57.1 MB (3.2 MB Compressed download)

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5472 x 3648 px | 46.3 x 30.9 cm | 18.2 x 12.2 inches | 300dpi

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8 October 2019

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Queensland Police move a vehicle from George Street to the nearby watchhouse as a protester in the tray of the car had cemented his arm inside of the barrel and the vehicle had been placed to block traffic during the protest.Climate change activism group Extinction Rebellion have amassed members in around seventy countries, and during their 'Rebellion Week' they planned to cause continued disruption to business and roads as a means to force government policy change when it comes to environmental and climate change issues. On this second day of the Rebellion Week, numerous individuals sought to cause disruptions in the Brisbane Central Business District.

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