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A mother and two daughters at a rally protesting fine dust pollution on Monday, at Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul, hold up signs that read, “Our wish is to breathe as much as we want,” left, and “Call off the construction of additional power plants in the nation.” [YONHAP]

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