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British health minister urges protesters not to attend rallies

Reuters Thursday, 11 June 2020 ()
British health minister Matt Hancock said on Thursday people should not attend large demonstrations for public health reasons after protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement attracted tens of thousands over the last week.
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