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Actor Mark Ruffalo at European Parliament to warn of chemical toxicity

By AFP
06 February 2020   |   12:19 pm
Actor and activist Mark Ruffalo visits the European Parliament to discuss his movie "Dark waters". In front of journalists and political representatives, he speaks about the issue of toxic chemical levels in water sources, asking leaders to 'be the heroes'. of Mark Ruffalo at the EU Parliament.

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