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Police disperse migrant workers at Mumbai train station as India lockdown extended

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Police in India's financial capital Mumbai use wooden sticks to disperse hundreds of migrant workers gathered outside a train station, hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the extension of a nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of coronavirus.

Added on the 16/04/2020 07:40:59 - Copyright : AFP EN

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