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WATCH: Protests erupt as Milei holds soup kitchen supplies

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WATCH: Protests erupt as Milei holds soup kitchen supplies

WATCH: Protests erupt as Milei holds soup kitchen supplies

Social movements in Argentina protested outside a government food depot after a judge ruled that five million kilos of stored food must be distributed to soup kitchens.


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