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One thousand march in Brussels for Youth for Climate

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Around a thousand demonstrators took to the streets of Brussels on Friday at the call of Youth for Climate Belgium to raise their climate concerns.

Added on the 07/02/2020 20:56:28 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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