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Officers move fences marking a police line after getting complaints from participants in an antigovernment rally on Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul Sunday. The Seoul city government banned all rallies in the square Friday to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, but protesters went ahead with the event. [NEWS1]

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