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Davos 2023: Activists protest over climate inaction, growing inequality


The annual meeting of global business and political leaders officially opens in Davos on Monday. More than a hundred protesters gathered in a snowy Davos square chanted, "change your diet for the climate, eat the rich", while some booed oil firms cited during a speech.

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