1. Wide of Brandenburg gate, white cardboard-block wall built by protesters with face of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump painting on it, reading: (English) "United to stop Trump"
2. US flag
3. Demonstrator checking wall
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Meredith Alexander, Campaign director for AVAAZ, global activist web movement:
"American expats are the secret swing state that can beat Donald Trump. There are about eight million of us, who live overseas. And in general we are very progressive. If you look at the last couple of elections, for example, Americans abroad tended to give much more money to Democratic candidates than to Republicans."
5. Close of t-shirt reading: (English) "Americans abroad: Vote to stop Trump"
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Meredith Alexander, Campaign director for AVAAZ, global activist web movement:
"In the last election only 12 percent (of Americans abroad) voted. And so what we are doing here today is making it much easier for Americans to vote from abroad. AVAAZ created a brand new tool that takes the process from bureaucratic and complicated to simple and easy. And we're asking people all around the world to share that tool, so we reach Americans abroad everywhere, to defeat Trump."
7. Close of small US flags
8. Various of protesters knocking down the wall, cheering as the wall comes down
9. US flag
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Charlie Franchino, New York resident who will vote once back in the US:
"I think he (Trump), he has a lot more support than people realise. I think people are embarrassed to say that they are supporting him, so they don't say that. So he may be under-polling. So it's important for everyone to get there and vote, even if they vote in a foreign country."
11. Close of US citizen using online tool to register for vote
12. SOUNDBITE (English) Daniel Trejo, US citizen living in Berlin, born in Venezuela:
"And I think he (Trump) brings a lot of hate to, not just people, minorities living in the US but also people, like, you know, who want to come to the US or people that travel overseas. So I think he's bringing a very negative message, so that's why I am here to vote against him."
13. Close of t-shirt with picture of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as a comic character reading: "Hillary 16"
14. Demonstrators waving US flag and chanting: (English) "United to stop Trump", Brandenburg gate in the background
15. Close of demonstrator with face painted half with German flag, half US flag, chanting: (English) "United to stop Trump"
An activist group built a wall in Berlin featuring the face of Donald Trump, then knocked it down in a rally to encourage Americans overseas to vote against the Republican presidential candidate.
The group AVAAZ built the cardboard-block wall on Friday at the landmark Brandenburg Gate, not far from the spot where former President Ronald Reagan once famously called for Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this wall."
The wall carried an image of Trump and the message "United to Stop Trump."
Campaigner Meredith Alexander called Americans abroad the "secret swing state" and said her group was trying to ensure all eligible voters receive and file their absentee ballots.
She says "there about eight million of us who live oversees," but in the last election only 12 per cent voted.