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New Delhi, Jan 11 (EFE/EPA).- Thousands of farmers on Monday continued their protest against new farm laws by blocking the entry points to the Indian capital, New Delhi. Several agricultural organizations have expressed their opposition to a series of controversial reforms that seek to deregulate the prices and quantity sold of certain crops, as well as establish pathways for contract agriculture. (Camera: HARISH TYAGI). SHOT LIST: FARMERS PROTEST OUTSIDE OF NEW DELHI, INDIA.

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