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In Washington DC, protesters gathered at the US Capitol, in front of the White House and in front of Trump International Hotel. Malikeh Sharifi (left), 15, told Australia's Nine News from a protest (right) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) she had cried herself to sleep in their long time apart.
The Atlanta-based airline is responding to customer complaints on Twitter by saying it is experiencing technical issues and is 'working hard to get them fixed quickly to minimize the impact to customers.' Ohio authorities say that a man who was rushed to hospital for a drug-related incident led them on a wild goose chase that included theft of an ambulance, a road accident, and an attempted carjacking.Nicole, 49, (center right) sported the sparkling bird-adorned dress as she hit the carpet with husband Keith Urban.The star is nominated for her film Lion, but quickly got the attention of social media users with her fashion faux pas, with some describing her looking 'like a Mardi Gras float'.Witnesses also said the masked shooters shouted 'Allahu akbar' in what sounded like a Quebecois accent.The deadly shooting unfolded following a weekend which has seen Trump's divisive and controversial 'Muslim immigration ban' spark widespread protests across America.Nicole is joined by the likes of Kaley Cuoco (left), Salma Hayek (right), Janelle Monae (center left), Jessica Pimentel and more on this year's list of red carpet fashion flops.
With the countdown ticking on the autocue, actors know their awards show thank you speeches have a time limit.
My thoughts are with victims & their families.' Big names in Hollywood gathered Sunday to celebrate the 23rd annual SAG awards, just days after President Donald Trump's controversial executive order halting immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries.
The tone of the night was quickly set when Ashton Kutcher (bottom right) opened the awards saying 'everyone at airports who belong in my America... Many other celebrities made comments through the evening including Julia Louis-Dreyfus (bottom left), as well as on social media.
Many of the events were documented on social media with the hashtag, '#No Ban No Wall' - showing they were also protesting Trump's plan to build a wall on the border with Mexico.
Thousands gathered at Los Angeles International Airport, at one point blocking traffic and refusing to leave until all those detained had been released.
In the most impassioned speech of the night, Stranger Things actor David Harbour spoke about being united and standing out against bullies, saying 'we will as per Chief Jim Hopper punch some people in the face when they seek to destroy the weak and the disenfranchised and the marginalized.' The segment, which aired Sunday evening, was taped at the White House Friday, the same day Trump signed an executive order banning Syrian refugees indefinitely and closing US doors to visitors from seven predominantly Muslims countries.