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Citizens protest against new COVID-19 measures in Buenos Aires amid second wave

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Buenos Aires, Apr 17 (EFE).- Citizens in Buenos Aires gathered Saturday to protest against the new restrictions imposed by the Argentine government to curb the spread of COVID-19, especially the suspension of classes in schools. (Camera: ALBERTO CARATOZZOLO).SHOT LIST: PEOPLE GATHER TO PROTEST AGAINST NEW COVID-19 MEASURES IN BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA.

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