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Danish farmers protest against the Government for the slaughter of minks


Copenhagen, Nov 21 (EFE) .- (Camera: Anxo Lemela) Hundreds of farmers from all over Denmark, on top of their tractors, took part on Saturday in a double protest held in Copenhagen and in Aarhus, the country's second city, to protest the actions of the authorities in the putting down of minks due to coronavirus.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTEST IN COPENHAGEN.

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