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Superheroes march Mexico City for help amid COVID-19


Mexico, Apr 30 (EFE) .- Batman, Superman, Spider-Man and other characters incarnated by urban artists walked some streets of Mexico City on Thursday to demand help from the authorities in the face of the economic crisis suffered due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Camera: MIGUEL ANGEL ANDRADE)FOOTAGE SHOWS URBAN ARTISTS DRESSED AS BATMAN, SUPERMAN AND OTHER CHARACTERS IN MEXICO CITY, MEXICO.

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