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Miss Venezuela: "A joy for the country amid crisis"

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New Miss Venezuela, Sthefany González, called the country's beauty pageant a "joy" for many Venezuelans suffering in the midst of a social and political "crisis," whilst also encouraging victims of sexual harassment, "in the entertainment industry or in ordinary life," to report their attackers.

Added on the 10/11/2017 18:23:00 - Copyright : AFP EN

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