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New Delhi, Jan 7 (EFE/EPA).- Thousands of farmers on Thursday continued their protest against new farm laws.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: STRINGER).SHOT LIST: FARMERS PROTEST NEAR NEW DELHI, INDIA.

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