Lights go out for Earth Hour

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Lights go out for Earth Hour

The London Eye, City Hall and the Shard are among more than a hundred landmarks across the capital that will be turning off their lights for a time on March 24.

It's all to mark Earth Hour, an annual event taking place around the world, calling for more action on climate change. It's organised by conservation group WWF.

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