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Matteo Salvini: 'Sardines' pack in for Rome protest

BBC News Saturday, 14 December 2019
Protesters rally against the right-wing League party of Matteo Salvini, using sardines as their symbol.
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Thousands of Italy's anti-Salvini "sardines" protest in Rome 02:34

They have no party symbols, mottos or flags. They are mainly young people, and in only a month they have filled Italy's major squares to protest against far-right leader Matteo Salvini.View on euronews

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