Protesters Interrupt Bill Clinton Speech at AIDS Conference in Melbourne

Activists were calling for a “Robin Hood tax” on financial transactions to fund the HIV/AIDS fight

Protesters ambush Bill Clinton during address to Melbourne AIDS conference as he remembers MH17 victims (Daily Mail)

Protesters have interrupted Bill Clinton’s address to an AIDS Conference in Melbourne, during which he honoured victims of the MH17 crash.

The demonstrators were AIDS activists arguing for a so-called Robin Hood tax on financial transactions to fund the fight against HIV and AIDS.

As Mr Clinton began his speech a group of people with signs and placards started chanting: 'Clinton end AIDS with a Robin Hood tax.'

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