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Black Lives Matter protesters march through Tokyo

Reuters Sunday, 14 June 2020
Thousands of protesters in Tokyo took part in a Black Lives Matter march on Sunday, calling for an end to racial discrimination and police abuse after the killing of African American George Floyd in Minneapolis last month.
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