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RT News - January 30, 2017 (12:00 MSK)

Six people have been killed in a shooting rampage at a mosque in Quebec City, Canada. The killings come just hours after the Canadian prime minister offered to accept refugees, who have been turned away by the United States. Thousands rally in U.S. cities for a second day as crowds denounce President Trump's immigration crackdown. But there are those who don't share the anti-Trump sentiment, we speak to people in a small U.S. city badly hit during the Obama years in office. Over a dozen civilians are reportedly killed in a U.S. operation against al-Qaeda in Yemen. One soldier also died.

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