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Baltimore : Protesters throw statue of Christopher Columbus into water

 Baltimore:A group of protesters in Baltimore, in the eastern U.S. state of Maryland, toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus on Saturday, the country's Independence Day, and threw it into the city's Inner Harbor, The Baltimore Sun reported.

 

A video shows protesters taking down the statue using a rope as Fourth of July fireworks explode in the distance, according to local media.

 

 

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