Striking students tell world leaders 'do your jobs' on climate

  Reuters 

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Hundreds of thousands of students, office workers and other protesters took to the streets across the globe on Friday to demand urgent action to avert an environmental catastrophe from world leaders gathering for a U.N. climate summit.
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