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These reporters tried to goad Greta Thunberg. She wasn’t having any of it. 

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These reporters tried to goad Greta Thunberg. She wasn’t having any of it. 

These reporters tried to goad Greta Thunberg. She wasn’t having any of it. 

After a visit to the World Economic Forum in Davos, the 20 year old activist walked around the outskirts of the Swiss ski resort - and was goaded by journalists.


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