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Living on margins, Hungary's Roma feel especially exposed to coronavirus

Reuters Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Leaders of Hungary's Roma people said on Tuesday the coronavirus pandemic posed a grave threat to the already precarious status of the marginalised minority, with many Roma feeling abandoned by the nationalist government.
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