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Viernes 20 de Octubre de 2006

Resumen de la Hora de DN! 20 de Octubre 2006

Embajador Venezolano ante la ONU acusa al gobierno de Bush de chantajear a otros países por el escaño disputado en la ONU

Francisco Arias Cárdenas, embajador venezolano ante las Naciones Unidas, condena los trucos sucios de la Casa blanca mientras que Venezuela se disputa con Guatemala por el escaño abierto en el Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU.

Historiador legendario, abogado y activista por la paz Staughton Lynd comenta sobre los opositores a la guerra, el movimiento de paz, y el levantamiento de 1993 en la prisión de Lucasville

Por los últimos cincuenta años, Staughton Lynd ha dedicado su vida al activismo y al cambio social como historiador, abogado, activista laboral y pacifista cuáquero. Ha sido calificado como santo de la izquierda moderna norteamericana. Nos acompaña hoy en el "firehouse" estudio de Democracy Now.


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