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13 de Enero de 2011

Obama pide un “diálogo público civilizado y sincero” durante la ceremonia por el atentado de Tucson


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Más de 26.000 personas asistieron el miércoles por la noche a una ceremonia fúnebre para recordar a las víctimas del atentado ocurrido el sábado en Tucson que costó la vida a seis personas e hirió a veinte, incluida la representante demócrata Gabrielle Giffords, que sigue en estado crítico. En un discurso de 33 minutos de duración, el presidente Obama pidió un diálogo público civilizado y sincero y rindió homenaje a las víctimas del atentado del pasado sábado.

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