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Argentine social activists demand government support amid COVID-19 crisis

Hundreds of Argentine social activists take to the streets of the capital Buenos Aires as they demand the government to help the most vulnerable communities facing the COVID-19 crisis. "When it comes to hunger, there's no lockdown" says Ricado Acuna, a protester.

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