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Coronavirus: Danish farmers demonstrate against government's mink slaughter policy


About 500 tractors adorned with Danish flags and protest signs demanding the government to resign pass through Copenhagen in a demonstration against the government's decision to cull more than 15 million mink to halt the spread of a coronavirus variant.

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