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Don't go to Melbourne protest: Andrews

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Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says even if people won't be fined for attending a protest in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, they shouldn't go.
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City in Victoria, Australia
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A further 107 mystery cases have also been added to the state's tally of community transmission, Premier Daniel Andrews said on Thursday.
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Daniel Andrews

Australian politician, Premier of Victoria
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Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says even if people won't be fined for attending a protest in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, they shouldn't go.
on June 4, 2020 • SBS

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says even if people won't be fined for attending a protest in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, they shouldn't go.
on June 4, 2020 • SBS

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