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SANTIAGO, CHILE – Close to a hundred people gathered oustide the US Embassy in Santiago de Chile on Monday, to protest against the recent aistrikes on Syria ordered by the Trump Administration.

Syrians and Chileans attending at the rally denounced the latest escalation by Washington as an act of agression against a sovereign nation, and manifested their support to the Syrian people and its institutions.

Today’s protest was preceeded by a rally outside the Syrian Embassy in Chile on Saturday.

Protests against the US Administration also took place in other countries across Latin America, such as Bolivia and Argentina.

On Saturday, hundreds of protesters defied the rain and rallied in front of the US Embassy in Buenos Aires.

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Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux
2017-04-11 10:09
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Bravo Chile!
This dirty geopolitical “game” led by Turkey, Qatar, KSA with accomplices in the Medias, Corps and and some states. Shame on all those who have backed all these false rebels but real jihadists+mercenaries!
This is really disgusting…