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Argentinians to stage anti-government protest

Angered by inflation, corruption and crime rates, activists across country to hold march.
Last Modified: 08 Nov 2012 20:38

Thousands of people in Argentina are planning to stage what could be the country's largest anti-government protest in more than a decade. 

Frustrated by rising inflation, high-profile corruption and increasing crime rates, activists across the country are planning to march against the government led by President Cristina Fernandez Kirchner. 

Adam Raney reports from Buenos Aires.

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