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Israelis celebrate Purim with parade amid tighter COVID restrictions

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The crowds turned out in spite of COVID-19 restrictions, which included a curfew spanning three nights, to curb Purim festivities amid fresh virus fears.

Added on the 27/02/2021 13:35:47 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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