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Young Nicaraguan denounces homophobic aggression in Rome's train station

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Rome, March 27 (EFE), (Camera: Mercedes Ortuño).- After being attacked for kissing with his partner in the centre of Rome, the testimony of young Nicaraguan Jean Pierre Moreno has become very important for the defence of LGBTI rights in Italy.Moreno had been celebrating his 23rd birthday and was returning home on the night of February 26 with his boyfriend and a friend when a man hit the couple for having kissed each other.FOOTAGE OF THE PLACE WHERE THE AGGRESSION OCCURRED.SOUNDBITES OF JEAN PIERRE MORENO:"We were in the Valle Aurelia train station in Rome and on the other platform there was a man who started saying things, homophobic claims. I ignored him when he was more and more annoyed and started being more aggressive. My intuition told me that my friend should record a with his phone and, one minute after, the man had crossed the railway track to hit us."

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