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An outbreak of a mysterious virus has not deterred millions of people in China from packing into crowded trains as they head home for the Lunar New Year. of timelapse outside Beijing Railway StationN°1O23M8

Added on the 21/01/2020 09:58:38 - Copyright : AFP EN

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