Millions of protesters have taken to the streets of cities in the U.S. And around the globe to rally against the new U.S. President Donald Trump.
Larger numbers of demonstrators than expected turned out for more than 600 rallies worldwide.
The aim was principally to highlight women’s rights, which activists believe to be under threat from the new administration.
The biggest U.S. Rally was in the capital Washington, which city officials estimated to be more than 500,000-strong.
The protesters in the U.S. Capital heard speeches from Scarlett Johansson, ugly betty star America Ferrera, Ashley Judd, Gloria Steinem and Michael Moore among others.
Singer Madonna also made an appearance.
Huge crowds were also reported in New York, Chicago, Seattle, Boston and Miami.
Organisers of a London rally said between 80,000 and 100,000 people had taken part there.
Protests were also held in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Bristol among other U.K. Cities.
Earlier, anti-Trump marches took place in Australia, New Zealand and in several Asian cities.
Several thousand women and men joined a rally in central Sydney, with a similar number in Melbourne.
Barcelona, Rome, Amsterdam, Geneva, Budapest, Prague and Berlin were among the European cities that took part.