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Image caption An unaltered photo of the 2017 Women's March by photographer Mario Tama. The US National Archives has apologised for altering a photo of the 2017 Women's March, including blurring signs critical of President Donald Trump. The agency, which describes itself as the country's record keeper, said it "made a mistake". Changes to the photo, first reported by The Washington Post, included removing the president's name from a sign that read "God Hates Trump". The National Archives said it had removed the altered image. In a statement shared on social media, the agency said it had "always been completely committed to preserving our archival holdings, without alteration.". "This photo i... Full story

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