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Fuel price hike

Indian Youth Congress workers and NSUI activists during a demonstration against the hike in fuel price, in Jabalpur.

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Youth Congress supporters ride bicycles and raise slogans during a protest against the rise in fuel prices, in Amritsar.

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Members of Youth Akali Dal ride horse-carts as they stage a protest over hike in the fuel prices, irregularities in electricity bills and school fee hike, in Patiala.

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TMC activists stage a protest against the hike in fuel price, during Unlock 2.0, in Nadia district.

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NSUI activists arrive via cycles from Jabalpur during a protest against the hike in fuel price, in Bhopal.

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JKPCC Chief GA Mir along with party leaders and workers during a protest march against the hike in fuel price, in Jammu.

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All Assam Students Union (AASU) members stage a protest against the hike in prices of petrol and diesel, in Dibrugarh.

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Congress workers ride a horse-cart during a protest against hike in the prices of petrol and diesel, in Jammu.

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Congress MP Hibi Eden leads a protest march against the fuel price hike, in Kochi.

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An AAP worker wearing a designer face mask, protests against hike in fuel price, in New Delhi.

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Congress activists raise slogans during a protest against the hike in fuel price, in Jammu.

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AAP workers raise slogans as they protest against hike in fuel price, in New Delhi.

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AAP workers raise slogans as they protest against hike in fuel price, in New Delhi.

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AAP workers raise slogans as they protest against hike in fuel price, in New Delhi.

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Police stop Congress General Secretary and former CM Harish Rawat who was going to sit on a 'dharna' outside the Governor's house against the price rise of petrol and diesel, in Dehradun.

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Congress activists pull a vehicle with ropes as they stage a protest against the hike in fuel price, in Shimla.

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KPCC President D K Shivakumar (L), Leader of Opposition Siddaramaiah (2nd R), and senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge submit a memorandum to Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala, urging him to roll back the fuel price hike as people are already facing a huge health and economic crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, at Raj Bhavan in Bengaluru.

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Police stop Congress workers who were moving towards the DC Office while riding a horse cart to protest againstĀ the hike in the prices of petrol and diesel, in Jammu.

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Congress workers ride a camel-cart during a protest march against hike in the prices of petrol and diesel, in Jaipur.

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KPCC President D K Shivakumar, former CM Siddaramaiah, and other leaders stage a protest against rise in fuel price, in Bengaluru.

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KPCC President D K Shivakumar, former CM Siddaramaiah, Rajyasabha MP Mallikarjun Kharge and other leaders stage a protest against rise in fuel price, in Bengaluru.

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Members of District Congress Committee Urban and other congress supporters stage a protest against the hike in fuel price, in Amritsar.

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DPCC President Anil Chaudhary being detained by Delhi police during a protest against rise in fuel price, in New Delhi.

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Left Front and Congress workers lay down their bikes on a road and shout slogans during a protest against hike in fuel prices at Bolpur town in Birbhum district of West Bengal.

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Indian Youth Congress (IYC) workers protest against the Central Government over hike in the prices of petrol and diesel, outside the Shastri Bhawan in New Delhi.

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Indian Youth Congress (IYC) workers ride a bullock-cart as they protest against the Central Government over hike in the prices of petrol and diesel, in New Delhi.

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Indian Youth Congress (IYC) workers ride a bullock-cart as they protest against the Central Government over hike in the prices of petrol and diesel, in New Delhi.

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Congress workers ride a bullock-cart as they protest against price hike of petrol and diesel, at a Petrol Pump in east Delhi.

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Bihar Pardesh Congress Presidend (BPCC) Madan Mohan Jha with party leaders and supporters ride cycles during a protest against price hike of petrol and diesel, in Patna.

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Rashtriya Janta Dal (RJD) workers take out a cycle rally to protest against the fuel price hike, at Albert Ekka Chowk in Ranchi.

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An employee attends to a customer at a fuel station during Unlock 1.0 as fuel prices continued to rise, in New Delhi.

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SFI-DYFI-AIDWA activists jointly held protest against the hike in fuel price, in Kolkata.

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An employee works at a fuel station, in New Delhi. Diesel will now cost more than petrol in Delhi.

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An employee attends to a customer at a fuel station during Unlock 1.0 as fuel prices continued to rise, in New Delhi.

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Suheldev Bharstiya Samaj Party President Om Prakash Rajbhar being stopped by the police while he was staging a protest along with his fellow MLAs against the price hike of petrol and diesel by going to Vidhan Sabha on bicycles, in Lucknow.

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Rashtriya Janata Dal leaders Tejaswi Yadav and Tej Pratap Yadav with party workers ride cycles during a protest against price hike of petrol and diesel, in Patna.

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An employee works at a fuel station, in New Delhi. Diesel will now cost more than petrol in Delhi after it was hiked by 48 paise today.

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Congress activists raise slogans in protest against the hike in fuel price, in Lucknow.

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An employee attends to a customer at a fuel station during Unlock 1.0 as fuel prices continued to rise, in Kolkata.

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CPI(M) activists stage a protest against the hike in fuel price and electricity tariff in front of the CESC office, in Kolkata.

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Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh rides a cycle during a protest against hike in fuel price, in Bhopal.

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Delhi Pradesh Youth Congress (DPYC) activists protest against the hike in fuel price, during Unlock 1.0, outside IYC office in New Delhi.

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Senior Congress leader Tarun Gogoi along with party supporters protests against the hike in fuel price, in Guwahati.

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Former municipal councillor Vijay Sharma, wearing torn clothes, takes part in a symbolic protest against the hike in petrol and diesel price, in Bathinda.

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Congress workers stage a protest demonstration against hike in the prices of petrol and diesel, in Jammu.

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An employee attends to a customer at a petrol pump, in Guwahati. Oil companies have hiked petrol and diesel prices that vary from state to state depending on the incidence of local sales tax or VAT, in less than two weeks.

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CPI activists display placards during a protest against hike in the fuel prices, in Bhubaneswar.

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An employee fills fuel in a vehicle at a filling station, during fifth phase of COVID-19 lockdown, in Kolkata. Petrol price today hiked by 48 paise per litre and diesel by 23 paise a litre as oil companies for the ninth day in a row adjusted retail rates in line with costs since ending an 82-day hiatus in rate revision.

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A worker at a petrol pump refuels petrol in a scooty during ongoing COVID-19 lockdown in New Delhi. Petrol price in the national capital was hiked by Rs 1.67 a litre and diesel by a steep Rs 7.10 per litre after the Delhi government raised local sales tax or value-added tax (VAT) on the two fuels.

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People with their vehicles are seen at a petrol station during a nationwide lockdown imposed in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, in Nagaon District. Government of Assam has imposed a steep hike in the price of fuel increased by Rs. 5 per litre.

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Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) president Subhash Chopra and members stage a protest against inflation, outside Shastri Bhawan in New Delhi. AICC Delhi in-charge PC Chacko, Congress leaders JP Agarwal and Mahabal Mishra, Kiran Walia, and other leaders are also seen.

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Madhya Pradesh Congress party activists raise slogans during a demonstration against hike in fuel prices, in Bhopal

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Soldiers work to remove a boulder place there by protesters to block the Simon Bolivar highway in Quito, Ecuador. President Lenin Moreno, who earlier declared a state of emergency over a transportation strike, vowed that he wouldn't back down on the decision to end costly fuel subsidies, which doubled the price of diesel overnight and sharply raised gasoline prices.

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Activists of Delhi Pradesh Mahila Congress led by its President Sharmistha Mukherjee, stage a demonstration against the Union Government over an increase in petrol and diesel prices, in New Delhi.

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Women protest against the economic policies of President Lenin Moreno, in Quito, Ecuador. Hundreds marched peacefully in different cities around the country to protest a fuel price hike that was put into effect at the end of last year.

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A street artist preforms as a minder as people protest against the economic policies of President Lenin Moreno, in Quito, Ecuador. Hundreds marched peacefully in different cities around the country to protest a fuel price hike that was put into effect at the end of last year.

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A policeman stands guard as some of the people arrested during demonstrations over the hike in fuel prices, make their court appearance at the magistrates courts in Harare, Zimbabwe. Some dozens of people appeared in court and were charged with public violence and a human rights group in Zimbabwe says a few people were killed in clashes between demonstrators protesting fuel hikes and security forces who opened fire on some crowds.

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Armed police officers outside the residence of Evan Mawarire, an activist and pastor who helped mobilize people to protest against the hike in fuel prices, following his arrest in Harare, Zimbabwe. Mawarire was arrested for allegedly inciting violence in the protests against the government's increase in fuel prices.

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Women inspect their stalls at a market after they were destroyed during demonstrations over the hike in fuel prices in Harare, Zimbabwe. Soldiers moved in to disperse crowds at the busy intersection and transport hub in Harare amid Zimbabwe's biggest unrest since deadly post-election violence in August.

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A student wearing a mask of French President Emmnanuel Macron puts his hands on his head as school children demonstrate in Bayonne, southwestern France. Macron has acknowledged he's partially responsible for the anger that has fueled weeks of protests in France, an unusual admission for the leader elected last year.

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People run away from a burning car during clashes in Marseille, southern France.

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Riot police officers stand behind a burning trash bin during clashes in Marseille, southern France.

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Police officers clash with demonstrators in Lyon, central France. The grassroots movement began as resistance against a rise in taxes for diesel and gasoline, but quickly expanded to encompass frustration at stagnant incomes and the growing cost of living.

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Demonstrators gesture on the blocked highway in Biarritz, southwestern France. The grassroots movement began as resistance against a rise in taxes for diesel and gasoline, but quickly expanded to encompass frustration at stagnant incomes and the growing cost of living. Offshoot movements have emerged elsewhere, and yellow-vest protests were held in Belgium and the Netherlands.

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A worker clears debris in a bank as a man watches through smashed windows, in Paris.

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A man walks near a coffee shop whose windows are broken in Paris. Paris monuments reopened, cleanup workers cleared debris and shop owners tried to put the city on its feet again, after running battles between yellow-vested protesters and riot police left 71 injured and caused widespread damage to the French capital.

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Yellow vests hang on the rooftop and at windows of an apartment building in Marseille, southern France. Across the country, France is mobilizing some 89,000 police, up from 65,000 last weekend when more than 130 people were injured and over 400 arrested as protests degenerated into the worst street violence to hit Paris in decades.

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Workers carry a wooden piece to protect shop windows on the Champs-Elysees avenue in Paris. Many shop owners across the French capital are getting ready for the violence, setting up walls with carton boards to protect their windows. The Arc de Triomphe is seen in background.

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A group of demonstrators wearing their yellow vest talk to a truck driver as they occupy a traffic circle, outside La Mede oil refinery, near Martigues, southeastern France.

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A group of demonstrators wearing their yellow vest occupy a traffic circle, outside La Mede oil refinery, near Martigues, southeastern France.

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A group of demonstrators wearing their yellow vest occupy a traffic circle, outside La Mede oil refinery, near Martigues, southeastern France.

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A group of demonstrators wearing their yellow vest occupy a traffic circle outside La Mede oil refinery, near Martigues, southeastern France. Trade unions and farmers pledged to join nationwide protests against President Emmanuel Macron, as concessions by the government failed to stem the momentum of the most violent demonstrations France has seen in decades. On poster reads: Macron resigns, National Assembly dissolution. People suffering.

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French riot police officers remove a barricade that was set sup outside the French oil giant Total fuel depot in Gennevilliers, outside Paris. The concessions made by French president Emmanuel Macron's government in a bid to stop the huge and violent anti-government demonstrations seemed to have failed to convince protesters, with trade unions and disgruntled farmers now threatening to join the fray.

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A demonstrators stand in front of a makeshift barricade set up by the so-called yellow jackets to block the entrance of a fuel depot in Le Mans, western France.

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A demonstrator wearing a yellow vest waves the French flag while another one sets up a barrier on a motorway near Aix-en-Provence, southeastern France.

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Demonstrators wearing yellow vests blow into small horns as they open the toll gates on a motorway near Aix-en-Provence, southeastern France.

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Demonstrators, known as the yellow jackets, burn wooden pallets as they block the entrance of a fuel depot in Le Mans, western France.

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Demonstrators stand in front of a makeshift barricade set up by the so-called yellow jackets to block the entrance of a fuel depot in Le Mans, western France.

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A demonstrator wearing a yellow vest rests as protesters open the toll gates on a motorway near Aix-en-Provence, southeastern France.

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Demonstrators stand near a makeshift barricade set up by the so-called yellow jackets to block the entrance of a fuel depot in Le Mans, western France.

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A demonstrator stands in front of a makeshift barricade set up by the so-called yellow jackets to block the entrance of a fuel depot in Le Mans, western France with banner reading "Stop the Government racket". French government's decision to suspend fuel tax and utility hikes did little to appease protesters, who called the move a "first step" and vowed to fight on after large-scale rioting in Paris last weekend.

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Riot police officers guard the National Assembly in Paris. Ambulance workers took to the streets and gathered close to the National Assembly in downtown Paris to complain about changes to working conditions as French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe is holding crisis talks with representatives of major political parties in the wake of violent anti-government protests that have rocked Paris.

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Ambulance workers hold flares outside the National Assembly in Paris.

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Ambulance workers block the Place de la Concorde after setting ablaze tyres in Paris.

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Ambulance workers block the bridge leading the National Assembly, background, in Paris.

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Ambulance workers block the Place de la Concorde and hold a board reading "The State killed me", in Paris.

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Ambulance workers block the Place de la Concorde in Paris. Ambulance workers took to the streets and gathered close to the National Assembly in downtown Paris to complain about changes to working conditions as French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe is holding crisis talks with representatives of major political parties in the wake of violent anti-government protests that have rocked Paris.

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A broken sculpture of Marianne, symbol of the French Repupblic, appears damaged in the gallery inside the Arc de Triomphe during a demonstration in Paris. A French protest against rising taxes and the high cost of living turned into a riot in Paris as police fired tear gas and water cannon in street battles with activists wearing the fluorescent yellow vests of a new movement.

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Demonstrators use street barriers to shieled from water cannons during a demonstration in Paris.

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A hooded demonstrator throws an item as a car buns during a demonstration in Paris.

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Hooded demonstrators smash a car during a demonstration in Paris.

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Avenues leading to the Arc de Triomphe are pictured from the top of the Arc de Triomphe on the Champs-Elysees avenue during a demonstration in Paris. A French protest against rising taxes and the high cost of living turned into a riot in Paris as police fired tear gas and water cannon in street battles with activists wearing the fluorescent yellow vests of a new movement.

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Workers clean up the street as they remove burned motorcycles, near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris.

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A woman walks past graffiti reading "Paris is ours", near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris.

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Tear gas canisters are seen among autumn leaves strewn near the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.

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A woman walks past by a street barricade, near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris.

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A man takes a snapshot of charred cars the day after a demonstration, near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris.

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A man rides his bicycle past by charred cars, near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris.

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A charred car is pictured the day after a demonstration, near the Arc de Triomphe, in Paris. A protest against rising taxes and the high cost of living turned into a riot in the French capital, as activists torched cars, smashed windows, looted stores and tagged the Arc de Triomphe with multi-colored graffiti.

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Protestors hug each other in front of a line of anti riot policemen during a protest of the yellow jackets in Brussels. The demonstrators are protesting against rising fuel prices.

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