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Thousands Protest Bush at Latin America Summit

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Demonstrators in Mar del Plata, Argentina, protest U.S. free-trade policies. Reuters hide caption

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President Bush faces tens of thousands of protesters and harsh questioning at the two-day Summit of the Americas in Argentina. The U.S. war in Iraq and the president's free-trade efforts have drawn sharp criticism from union leaders, anti-globalization activists and human-rights groups.

Argentine Nobel Peace Prize winner Adolfo Perez Esquivel, soccer legend Diego Maradona and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez were among the protesters marching against President Bush.

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