Students renew protests in Taiwan

Students in Taiwan have renewed protests in Taipei, with tens of thousands of people turning out to voice their opposition to a controversial deal with China. The cross-strait service trade agreement has led to widespread protest across Taiwan, with the recent rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard, from the presidential office to the Legislature Yuan.
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Protesters wave mobile phones as over two hundred thousand people rally on March 30, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese student protesters opposing the contentious cross-strait service trade agreement with China called for a huge weekend rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard leading from the Presidential Office to the Legislature Yuan to increase pressure on President Ma Ying-jeou. (Getty Images)
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Over two hundred thousand protesters attend the rally called by the student groups occupying the Legislature Yuan on March 30, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese student protesters opposing to the contentious cross-strait service trade agreement with China call for a huge weekend rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard leading from the Presidential Office to the Legislature Yuan to increase pressure on President Ma Ying-jeou. (Getty Images)
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A protester shouts slogans as over two hundred thousand people rally on March 30, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese student protesters opposing the contentious cross-strait service trade agreement with China called for a huge weekend rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard leading from the Presidential Office to the Legislature Yuan to increase pressure on President Ma Ying-jeou. (Getty Images)
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Protesters shout slogans as over two hundred thousand people rally on March 30, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese student protesters opposing the contentious cross-strait service trade agreement with China called for a huge weekend rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard leading from the Presidential Office to the Legislature Yuan to increase pressure on President Ma Ying-jeou. (Getty Images)
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Protestors holds signs as over two hundred thousand people rally on March 30, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese student protesters opposing the contentious cross-strait service trade agreement with China called for a huge weekend rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard leading from the Presidential Office to the Legislature Yuan to increase pressure on President Ma Ying-jeou. (Getty Images)
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Protesters shout slogans as over two hundred thousand people rally on March 30, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese student protesters opposing the contentious cross-strait service trade agreement with China called for a huge weekend rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard leading from the Presidential Office to the Legislature Yuan to increase pressure on President Ma Ying-jeou. (Getty Images)
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Ten of thousand protesters attend the rally called by the student groups occupying the Legislature Yuan on March 30, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese student protesters opposing to the contentious cross-strait service trade agreement with China call for a huge weekend rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard leading from the Presidential Office to the Legislature Yuan to increase pressure on President Ma Ying-jeou. (Getty Images)
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Ten of thousand protesters attend the rally called by the student groups occupying the Legislature Yuan on March 30, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese student protesters opposing to the contentious cross-strait service trade agreement with China call for a huge weekend rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard leading from the Presidential Office to the Legislature Yuan to increase pressure on President Ma Ying-jeou. (Getty Images)
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Protesters hold up signs during a rally called by the student groups occupying the Legislature Yuan on March 30, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese student protesters opposing to the contentious cross-strait service trade agreement with China call for a huge weekend rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard leading from the Presidential Office to the Legislature Yuan to increase pressure on President Ma Ying-jeou. (Getty Images)
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Ten of thousand protesters attend the rally called by the student groups occupying the Legislature Yuan on March 30, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese student protesters opposing to the contentious cross-strait service trade agreement with China call for a huge weekend rally filling Ketagalan Boulevard leading from the Presidential Office to the Legislature Yuan to increase pressure on President Ma Ying-jeou. (Getty Images)