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National Guard arrives at US Capitol as curfew comes into force

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National Guard members arrive at the US Capitol as a curfew enters into force in the US capital hours after Donald Trump supporters stormed Congress. IMAGES

Added on the 07/01/2021 00:31:07 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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