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Hundreds of thousands of people protest around the world against
Build bridges, not walls! Build bridges, not walls!
On the President's first full day, they marched across hundreds
of cities, including London and Washington.
I'm really glad there's a lot of people who are willing to come
and stand up for these kinds of things.
It's not that we hate Trump, but we hate what he stands for.
Meanwhile, the new President's been building bridges
with the intelligence agency he'd previously criticised.
In Italy, rescuers still search for survivors at the hotel
buried by an avalanche, after nine people were
And in sport, Wayne Rooney takes his place in the history
books as he becomes Manchester United's
Hundreds of thousands of people joined protest marches
today across the world to voice their concern
over the new US President, Donald Trump.
The aim was to highlight women's and minority rights,
which protesters say are under threat from the new administration.
Tens of thousands of people joined the rallies in London and other
The biggest, though, was in Washington,
Children, men and women, lots of women.
I came from Hawaii to be here today and I'm here to represent
It was a very dark day when the election results came in.
It's not that we hate Trump but we hate what he stands for.
And bigotry and racism, we're not going to stand for that.
John Kerry came, too, no longer America's Secretary of State,
now just a citizen taking a political stand.
This march was conceived as a celebration of women and of one
woman in particular, Hillary Clinton.
But after the surprising American election, it
quickly became a protest, and a protest against one man
There were huge crowds in other American cities, too.
In liberal bastions like Los Angeles, where
And in Chicago, where the turnout was so big, they had
In solidarity, they protested around the world.
In London, a march that began on the doorstep of the American
embassy was joined by 100,000 people, from the famous
They marched also in Paris today and in Sydney.
In Washington, the protest surpassed President Trump's inauguration
crowd, a slap in the face to a man who cares about size.
And it was about more than women's issues.
This was a repudiation of the Trump worldview.
Today marks the beginning, the beginning of our story.
President Trump takes office as the most unpopular
Today's march put faces to that fact.
President Trump made an official visit to the CIA today as part
of the first full day of his presidency.
His relations with intelligence officials have been tense
after he criticised their assessment that Russia had helped
But speaking at the agency's headquarters, he said
they were amazing people and had his backing
Here's our North America correspondent James Cook.
Before his inauguration, Donald Trump compared America's
Now he's their boss and here at CIA headquarters,
The reason you're my first stop is that, as you know,
They are among the most dishonest human beings on earth.
And they sort of made it sound like I had a feud
And I just want to let you know, the reason you're my number one
But this was his own tweet, just over a week ago,
accusing the intelligence agencies of spreading fake news,
attacking them with the words, "Are we living in Nazi Germany?"
It is impossible to reconcile the two Trumps.
We're going to do great things. We're going to do great things.
We've been fighting these wars for longer than any wars
We have not used the real abilities that we have.
We have to get rid of Isis. We have to get rid of Isis.
The President also confirmed that he'd meet
the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, very shortly.
And in Myanmar, the Foreign Secretary said he was looking
forward to doing business with the new US leader.
The new President has made it very clear that he wants to put Britain
at the front of the line for a new trade deal.
Obviously, that's extremely exciting and important.
But Germany's leader had what sounded like a coded warning
TRANSLATION: I believe it's best if we work together based on rules,
common values and joint actions in international economics,
international trade and military alliances.
As global leaders and citizens alike scramble to come to terms
with the reality of the new Trump era, it is clear that the elevation
to the most powerful position in the West of a controversial
populist is having a big effect, not just here in the United States
As President Trump was driven back to the White House tonight,
protesters could be seen from the motorcade. And as he entered the
building on his first full day in office, their shouts would have been
ringing in his ears. It is tough being in charge. James Cook, BBC
News, Washington. Our North America editor Jon Sopel
is outside the White House. Let's turn to the protests.
Yesterday belonged to the president. Did today belong to those who oppose
him? You know, throughout the campaign, one statistic that Donald
Trump loved to recite was how many thousands more people would come to
his rallies than Hillary Clinton's. I think having seen today, it is
clear that many, many more people were protesting against Donald Trump
than came to his inauguration yesterday. That underlines just how
divided this country remains after that bruising election. One bit of
division that Donald Trump tried to put an end to today was the visit to
CIA headquarters, the first visit he has made. No president has gone that
quickly before but no president before has almost declared war on
the agency in the run-up to him taking office. I thought it was
significant, the word restrained, that he used. Does that mean he's
going to try to rewrite the rule book for the CIA and how they can
operate in the future? One other thing to talk about, it looks like
Theresa May is going to be, if not the first foreign leader, among the
first foreign leaders to visit Donald Trump in the White House. I'm
sure Downing Street is delighted about that. That could happen as
soon as this Thursday. Thank you for joining us.
And Theresa May will be giving her reaction to Donald Trump's
inauguration on the Andrew Marr Show tomorrow at 9am.
Rescuers continued their search today for survivors,
three days after an avalanche buried a hotel in central Italy.
23 people are still thought to be missing.
Nine others, including four children, have so far been pulled
alive from the rubble of the hotel in the Abruzzo region.
For a third day in the mountains, rescuers pick through the remains
They have to move carefully for fear of collapsing rubble on to anyone
Around 30 people had been waiting in the lobby when the avalanche hit.
Hotel worker, Fabio Salzetta, escaped the snowfall
TRANSLATION: I don't think anyone expected an avalanche.
There was lots of snow beforehand, we risked getting cut off.
I kept trying to call to get us evacuated,
Late at night, rescuers made it to four survivors,
Earlier, relief workers pulled six-year-old
She was the final member of her family to be rescued.
Workers then carried away a boy who'd been with her.
Concrete walls had protected them from the avalanche.
The rescued adults and children have been flown to hospital
in the coastal city of Pescara, where they're recovering quickly.
The survivors' family members can now breathe again.
TRANSLATION: Can't you see it from my face?
Doesn't my face show how happy I am?
It's great, I can't describe it in words.
I'd like to see him. For now, the boy is safe.
Fresh rescue teams have relieved their exhausted colleagues.
They have plenty of work ahead of them.
TRANSLATION: We're going to take over.
The rescue operation will continue through the night.
We're convinced that we'll find other people still alive.
To find them, they'll have to dig through tonnes
How many more survivors might there be underneath all this?
Ukip's candidate for the upcoming by-election
in Stoke-on-Trent Central will be the party's leader Paul Nuttall.
The MEP took charge of Ukip in November.
He'll now try to win the seat from Labour,
whose previous MP Tristam Hunt stood down to become the head
The Brazilian football club Chapecoense have played their first
match since all but three of their senior players were killed
In an emotional return home, the side met the current Brazilian
Most of their players have been loaned by other Brazilian clubs,
It's kick-off time for the new Chapecoense.
The fans have crowded the Conda Arena to watch their comeback.
With fresh new signings, the team is taking a big
The flight carrying the Chapecoense squad
crashed in the mountains, close to the city of
Investigators in Columbia found it had run out of fuel.
Defender Neto was the last person to be pulled from the wreckage.
TRANSLATION: They told me the truth three days before
I asked about my team-mates, and the doctors said
Ahead of today's match, the families of the crash
victims were given medals in the players' honour.
The survivors received the Copa Sudamericana trophy,
a tribute to the final they didn't get to play.
It was an emotional moment for everyone.
I feel very great because, I guess, this is the dream of my father,
my father's dream, and I think we need to keep coming
It's 71 minutes into the game and the match has stopped
to remember the 71 victims of the crash.
Instead of a minute of silence, a moment of sheer energy.
The match is a draw, but the Chapecoense scored twice,
filling fans with hope as the new team strives
With all the sport, now, here's Hugh Woozencroft
Yes, we start with football, and if you don't want to know
what happened in today's matches in England or Scotland,
it's time to make yourself scarce for a couple of minutes.
Wayne Rooney has become Manchester United's
His equaliser against Stoke City was his 250th for the club
and takes him past the record of Sir Bobby Charlton.
Rooney, hands on hips, to take a free kick. It is a day to remember
for Wayne Rooney! England's record goal-scorer is now Manchester
United's record goal-scorer! Wayne Rooney, Master of timing and
placement, a goal worth a point and yet worth far more than that. In the
grand scheme of things, it's a huge honour for me. Something I never
expected when I joined the club. But I'm delighted and very proud. Rooney
arrived at Old Trafford in 2004. ?27 million worth of teenage potential.
He paid the first instalment back with a hat-trick on his debut and
was united's top scorer in his first season. The passion that fuelled
Rooney sometimes ignited in the early years but he became united's
effervescent centre. Oh, that is absolutely fantastic! Capable of
turning any game upside down. He was part of the side which won five
Premier Leagues, the Champions League and the FA Cup and yet twice,
he wanted to leave. Some questioned whether he really bled red. He's
followed in past United royalty. Sir Bobby Charlton admitted today he is
disappointed to lose the record but was delighted for the man he had
handed it onto. Comparison between the two is tricky, because
Charlton's goals came at a slower rate over a longer period of time
but he was a midfielder and Rooney is a forward. Charlton's goals are
written on the imagination. He was the man who survived the Munich air
crash and led the club's recovery. Rooney may never achieve such rock
rock-solid legendary status but that is above Wayne Rooney. Patrick
Geary, BBC News. And you can see that record-breaking
goal from Wayne Rooney coming up on BBC1 on Match Of The Day,
along with the rest of the action Swansea lifted themselves off
the bottom of the table and dealt a blow to Liverpool's title hopes
with a 3-2 win at Anfield. Everton, West Ham and
West Brom also won. In Scotland, there were
no Premiership games Rangers came from behind to beat
Motherwell 2-1 and holders Hibernian scored eight against amateur side
Bonnyrigg Rose. All of the results are
on the BBC Sport website. British No 1 Johanna Konta
is through to the last 16 She beat the former World No
1 Caroline Wozniacki In the fourth round,
the No 9 seed will take And Glasgow Warriors are through to
the quarterfinals of rugby union's European Champions Cup
for the first time. They beat Leicester at Welford Road
48-0, putting six tries past the Tigers to secure their place
in the last eight. And that is all the sport for now.
Back to you. You can see more on all of today's
stories on the BBC News Channel. That's all from me.
Goodnight. Good evening. It is cold out there.
In fact, only a few minutes ago, it was as low as -7 across some rural
parts of southern England. Coldest way you can see starry skies and the
blanket of cloud means temperatures not so low. Dampness moving