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"Movement for Justice by any means necessary" (MFJ) from the United Kingdom (For more info: https://movementforjustice.co.uk/ & https://bit.ly/1ToiV4I; For a selection of photos of their actions in the UK please click here: https://bit.ly/2yiFkO7).<br />
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Rome, 16/06/2018. Today, thousands of people (20,000 for the organiser) marched peacefully in central Rome – from Piazza della Repubblica to Piazza San Giovanni – to remember the trade unionist Soumaila Sacko who was killed near Rosarno in Calabria. <<On June 2 Soumaila Sacko [29], a migrant agricultural worker from Mali, was brutally murdered in San Calogero in Italy. He was shot [in the shooting were also injured two other migrants] in the head while gathering aluminium to rebuild the shantytown on the outskirts of San Ferdinando, where over four thousand seasonal workers live during harvest season, in overpopulated shack and tents, amidst garbage, plastic and rubber […]>> (Source, libcom.org - https://bit.ly/2JKyF4M). The demonstration, called by the Trade Union USB (Unione Sindacale di Base - http://www.usb.it/), was also in support and solidarity with migrants and refugees, especially the People on the "Aquarius ship" (See the story here: https://bit.ly/2lcEsRL) against racism, poverty and the exploitation of all workers, calling to fight globalization and the EU policies.<br />
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For more info please click here: https://bit.ly/2yitTWI & https://bit.ly/2taVgMs<br />
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For the demo "16.12.2017 - Fight/Right - Diritti Senza Confini – Rights Without Borders, Demo in Rome" please click here: https://bit.ly/2JTapcs
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"Movement for Justice by any means necessary" (MFJ) from the United Kingdom (For more info: https://movementforjustice.co.uk/ & https://bit.ly/1ToiV4I; For a selection of photos of their actions in the UK please click here: https://bit.ly/2yiFkO7).

Rome, 16/06/2018. Today, thousands of people (20,000 for the organiser) marched peacefully in central Rome – from Piazza della Repubblica to Piazza San Giovanni – to remember the trade unionist Soumaila...
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