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Huge World Pride parade in Madrid

By Reuters
02 July 2017   |   12:00 pm
A huge crowd gathered in the streets in Madrid on Saturday (July 1), taking part in the World Pride celebration that organisers said had brought three million revellers to the Spanish capital.

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