Police pepper-spray street protesters
Violent protests erupted in Washington DC as thousands of people took to the streets yesterday to oppose Donald Trump's presidency. At least 95 people were arrested as police fired tear gas to clear protesters close to the inaugural parade route.
Demonstrators dressed in black had earlier smashed windows of shops and cars as they marched through the city, where up to 900,000 watched Mr Trump's swearing-in ceremony. Scuffles broke out when protesters blocked routes into Mr Trump's inauguration ceremony before he took the oath.
Protesters had gathered outside Washington's Union Station where they chanted "No Trump, no KKK, no racist USA".
Elsewhere, feminist activists waved placards which read "Feminists against fascism" as they linked arms to block one of the inauguration entrances.