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A group of activists in Spain march to demand end of Sahara decolonization process

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Logroño, Jun 8 (EFE).- A group of activists marched Tuesday in the Spanish city of Logroño, asking the Spanish Government to end the process of decolonization of Western Sahara.This initiative is part of a march organized by some 200 Spanish associations and groups, aiming to raise awareness abou the situation of the Saharawi population. (Camera: SERGIO JIMENEZ). SHOT LIST: SPANISH ACTIVISTS MARCH TO DEMAND END OF DECOLONIZATION PROCESS IN WESTERN SAHARA, IN LOGROÑO, SPAIN.

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