Latvia brings down World War Two memorial

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Latvia's parliament has voted to remove all remaining Soviet statues and plaques.
The country has joined Estonia in bringing down World War Two memorials in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Demolition machinery was used to remove the 79-metre (259-foot) monument.
Latvia brings down Soviet-era WW2 monument. Video, 00:00:45
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