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Romanians rally again in anti-corruption, anti-government protests

Reuters India Sunday, 12 August 2018
Romanians protested against corruption in Bucharest and major provincial cities for a second day running on Saturday, demanding the Social Democrat government's resignation.
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Thousands of Romanians staged an anti-government protest in Bucharest’s Victory Square on Friday, August 10, with many Romanian expatriates travelling across Europe to return for the stand against the corrupt government.Romania’s national news agency reported up to 60,000 people attended...

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