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Lidia Menapace (Antifascist Partizan. Member of the Partigiani: the Italian Resistance during WWII).<br />
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Macerata (Marche, Italy), 10/02/2018. Today, tens of thousands of people (30,000 for the organisers, 10,000 for the police forces) marched peacefully in Macerata – and in several other cities across Italy – to protest and fight against a revival of neo-fascist sentiment (with the ongoing electoral campaign for the 4th of March Italian General Election mainly based on the so-called "Migrant Crisis"), against racism, to show support and solidarity with the 6 African migrants wounded - Mahamadou Toure, Jennifer Otioto, Gideon Azeke, Wilson Kofi, Festus Omagbon, Omar Fadera – on the 3rd February 2018 by the far-right gunman Luca Traini. Initially, the protest was banned by the Mayor of Macerata supported by the Secretary of State (Ministro degli Interni) Marco Minniti due to risk of "disorders and clashes", but at the end protesters and institutions agreed to go ahead with the march set up on the road which surrounds Macerata's city centre. From an online article of "The Guardian" (http://bit.ly/2nXgR8I): . <br />
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For more information please click here: http://bit.ly/2EAbTsP  <br />
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For a video of the event by RAI TG3 please click here: http://bit.ly/2EfZNBD
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Lidia Menapace (Antifascist Partizan. Member of the Partigiani: the Italian Resistance during WWII).

Macerata (Marche, Italy), 10/02/2018. Today, tens of thousands of people (30,000 for the organisers, 10,000 for the police forces) marched peacefully in Macerata – and in several other cities across Italy – to protest and fight against a revival of neo-fascist sentiment (with the ongoing electoral campaign for the 4th of March Italian General Election mainly based on...
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