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Students Protest Pipeline in Washington

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WASHINGTON, DC -

Protesters strapped themselves to the White House fence to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline on Sunday.

The March began at Georgetown University and was made of up mostly college students that ended at the White House.

They hope to get President Barack Obama to reject the pipeline.

The students chanted "climate justice now" and "don't tarnish the earth."

In all, 372 people were arrested.