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Protests in Italy as coronavirus curfews come into force

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Protests in Italy as coronavirus curfews come into force

Protests in Italy as coronavirus curfews come into force

New measures imposed to curb coronavirus cases in Italy have led to outcry from business owners and demonstrations on the streets.View on euronews


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Twitter rolls out new feature 'Fleets' [Video]

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