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2 de Noviembre de 2007

Prohiben la entrada al Congreso a activista de CODEPINK tras llamar a Rice "criminal de guerra"


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Se le prohibió la entrada a Capitol Hill a la activista de CODEPINK (Código Rosa) Desiree Anita Ali-Fairooz después de que la semana pasada se cubrió las manos con sangre artificial y se acercó a la Secretaria de Estado Condoleezza Rice al comienzo de una audiencia del Congreso. Ali-Fairooz dijo que el gobierno de Bush tenía las manos manchadas con la sangre "de millones de iraquíes".

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