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Protesters and police clash in Paraguay amid anger over COVID-19 management

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Asuncion, Mar 5 (EFE).- Police officers on Friday dispersed demonstrators protesting in Asuncion against the government and demanding the resignation of the President Mario Abdo Benitez for his management of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Camera: NOELIA FERNANDEZ).SHOT LIST: PROTESTS AGAINST GOVERNMENT'S PANDEMIC MANAGEMENT IN ASUNCION , PARAGUAY.

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