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Thousands march in Uruguay’s pride parade

By Abiodun Ogundairo
11 October 2020   |   12:23 pm
Thousands of people march and celebrate Montevideo's pride parade, as Uruguay, which has been hailed as a success in Latin America in dealing with Covid-19, continues to see very low rates of infection.

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