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Dilma Rousseff joins pro-Lula womens' march


Brazil's ex-president Dilma Rousseff participates in a women's gathering to support Lula, a day before a Brazilian appeals court will rule whether to overturn a corruption conviction against the former leader.

Added on the 23/01/2018 17:19:36 - Copyright : AFP EN

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