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30 de Agosto de 2007

"La cruz roja básicamente se ha robado el dinero de las victimas de Nueva
Orleáns": Fondo de la Gente para el Alivio de los Sobrevivientes critica al programa de ayuda para damnificados del Katrina

Katrinacleanup

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Un Tribunal Internacional Sobre los Huracanes Katrina y Rita empezó anoche en Nueva Orleáns y seguirá por cinco días. El tribunal reúne a sobrevivientes del huracán, delegaciones internacionales, testigos expertos, un equipo de defensores de derechos humanos y civiles, y un panel de jueces internacionales y estadounidenses.

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