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Immigrants rally for nationwide strike in Italy

2010-03-02 10:39:07 GMT2010-03-02 18:39:07 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A woman attends a demonstration in Rome, capital of Italy, March 1, 2010. In an effort to heighten awareness about the contributions made by foreign workers to the Italian economy, the promoters of the first strike by immigrants in the country invited workers to stay home and to boycott shopping for one day. (AFP Photo)

People march during a demonstration in Rome, capital of Italy, March 1, 2010. In an effort to heighten awareness about the contributions made by foreign workers to the Italian economy, the promoters of the first strike by immigrants in the country invited workers to stay home and to boycott shopping for one day. (AFP Photo)

People march during a demonstration in Rome, capital of Italy, March 1, 2010. In an effort to heighten awareness about the contributions made by foreign workers to the Italian economy, the promoters of the first strike by immigrants in the country invited workers to stay home and to boycott shopping for one day. (AFP Photo)

In an effort to heighten awareness about the contributions made by foreign workers to the Italian economy, the promoters of the first strike by immigrants in the country invited workers to stay home and to boycott shopping for one day.

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