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'Roma' casts spotlight on Latin America's domestic workers

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Just like Cleo, the live-in nanny in Alfonso Cuaron’s Oscar-nominated film 'Roma', millions of women are working in domestic service across Latin America for want of a better opportunity.

Added on the 22/02/2019 05:33:27 - Copyright : AFP EN

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