Hundreds of thousands of women join anti-Trump protests worldwide Jan 22, 2017 0 1102 12345 afpWashingtonLed by women in pink"pussyhats,"hundreds of thousands of people packed the streets of Washington and other cities on Saturday in a massive outpouring of defiant opposition to America's hardline new president, Donald Trump.Roused by fiery speeches, the women sent out a resounding message of resistance and activism the day after Trump took office with a vow to roll back the policies of former president Barack Obama.Huge crowds gathered in Washington, Chicago, New York and Boston with hundreds of sister marches taking place across the United States.The call was heard far beyond US shores, with organisers saying over 2.5 million people signed up online to take part in one of more than 600 marches being held worldwide. One of the largest was in London, where tens of thousands of people marched chanting"Dump Trump"and waving banners"Our Rights Are Not Up For Grabs - Neither Are We."Organisers estimated the turnout for the main"Women's March on Washington"at half a million, double initial expectations.Meanwhile, President Trump told the CIA Saturday it had his fervent support as he paid a visit to mend fences after publicly rejecting its assessment that Russia tried to help him win the US election."I am with you 1,000 percent," Trump said in a short address to CIA staff after his visit to the agency headquarters in Virginia. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES ADLQ project to combat steroid abuse Jan 22, 2017 0 2255 HMC drive to increase beds in surgery depts Jan 22, 2017 0 608 Qatar condemns bomb attack on Pakistan market Jan 22, 2017 0 718 Two militants blow themselves up in Saudi city Two men accused of planning attacks against Saudi Arabia blew themselves up following a confrontation with security forces in Jeddah on Saturday.Saudi security forces surrounded a house in Jeddah's easten .. Turkey to hold referendum on Erdogan powers Turkey will hold a referendum this spring on expanding President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers after a parliamentary vote early on Saturday backed changes that could leave him in power until 2029. Page 13 Scattered rain in Qatar; likely to continue until Monday Tribune News Network Doha Qatar received scattered light rain on Saturday and the cloudy sky with chances of more rain is expected to continue until Monday. "Radar has detected scattered light rain in the country, and .. Gambia's Jammeh arrives at Banjul airport after stepping down Reuters BANJUL Gambia's Yahya Jammeh arrived at the airport in the capital Banjul on Saturday in the company of mediator Alpha Conde, the president of Guinea, after stepping down from power, a Reuters witness said. ..