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Spaniards in lockdown bang pots in protest against former king

Reuters Wednesday, 18 March 2020 ()
Spaniards in lockdown came out on balconies on Wednesday to bang pots and pans demanding that former King Juan Carlos donate millions he reportedly received from Saudi Arabia to the Spanish health system currently struggling to combat the coronavirus.
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Spaniards protest with pots and pans during quarantine on Wednesday (March 18) Protesters were asking King Juan Carlos to donate the money he had reportedly received from Saudi Arabia to the Spanish h

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