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Masses of South Korean protesters took to downtown Seoul Saturday for a candlelight vigil and a march, demanding that President Park Geun-hye step down – with no barricades nor scuffle, in what has been praised as a surprisingly peaceful demonstration. Police estimated the size of the crowd at 45,000. The number given by organizers was 200,000. Despite the presence of 20,000 police officers and several water cannons, the rally, made up of a wide range of people – including Sewol Ferry victims’
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