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India overtook Brazil on Monday as the country with the second highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases, even as key metro train lines re-opened as part of efforts to boost the South Asian nation's battered economy. IMAGES of Covid-19 victim's burial

Added on the 07/09/2020 17:58:31 - Copyright : AFP EN

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