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Sex workers march in Mexico City to demand end to violence, extortion on Labor Day

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Mexico City, May 1 (EFE).- The countries of Latin America commemorated International Labor Day on Saturday with restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic but with firm claims of a speedy economic recovery. Since the outbreak of the pandemic in Latin America in March 2020, the region has lowered its gross domestic product to 2010 levels, according to the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.Some 200 sex workers marched in Mexico City to demand an end to the violence and extortion that they suffer, as well as to demand their right to work. (Camera: MIGUEL ÁNGEL ANDRANDE). SHOT LIST: MAY DAY PROTESTS IN MEXICO CITY, MEXICO.

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