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US Capitol stormed: what we know so far
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Trump supporters gather outside statehouses across US as mob assails Capitol
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Ivanka Trump criticised for calling pro-Trump mob 'patriots'
President’s daughter swiftly backtracks and deletes tweet after calling on ‘American patriots’ to be peaceful Ivanka Trump has called insurrectionists who stormed the US Capitol building “American Patriots” while urging them to refrain from violence, before hurriedly backtracking on the comment. In a now-deleted tweet, sent as protesters stormed the seat of US democracy, the president’s eldest da
'Anarchy in the USA': what the papers say about the storming of the US Capitol
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'Domestic terrorists': Schumer condemns pro-Trump mob's storming of Capitol – video
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Biden calls on Trump to 'demand an end to this siege' – video
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US Capitol's last breach was more than 200 years ago
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Facebook and Twitter lock Trump’s social media accounts after video address
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American carnage: how Trump's footsoldiers ran riot in the Capitol
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America shaken as violent pro-Trump mob storms Capitol building
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'Stand back and stand by': how Trumpism led to the Capitol siege
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Members of pro-Trump mob wander Senate floor after swarming Capitol – video
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'Trump blows up US democracy': the world watches on in horror
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Trump lashes out at Pence before mob breaches US Capitol – video
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UK political leaders condemn violence at US Capitol
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Pro-Trump mob storm Capitol as lawmakers meet to certify Biden's win – video
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