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At least 4 dead, 14 injured after Trump supporters break into US Capitol

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Washington, Jan 6 (EFE).- Four people died and at least 14 police officers were injured at the US Capitol Wednesday as supporters of President Donald Trump occupied the seat of Congress on the day lawmakers were set to certify Democrat Joe Biden as winner of the Nov. 3 election. (Camera: WILL OLIVER).SHOT LIST: SUPPORTERS OF PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP BREAK INTO THE US CAPITOL IN WASHINGTON DC, US.

Added on the 07/01/2021 13:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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