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Thousands of fans turn for Nationals' World Series parade

CBS News Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Thousands turned out to cheer the Washington Nationals in D.C on Saturday after their first-ever World Series win. The Nationals have also accepted an invitation to visit the White House on Monday.
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