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Fact-check: Was this EU flag really torn down after far-right's election win?

Video Credit: euronews (in English) - Duration: 02:01s - Published
Fact-check: Was this EU flag really torn down after far-right's election win?

Fact-check: Was this EU flag really torn down after far-right's election win?

In the footage, a man climbs onto an administrative building in Rome and replaces the EU flag with the Italian tricolour flag, while a crowd of protesters chant "Italy, nation, revolution".


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