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Argentinean President: Photo of Chávez is a dirty trick

"On the front page of El País I saw a photo. Let me correct, that is not a photo, but a dirty trick"

EL UNIVERSAL
Thursday January 24, 2013  01:15 PM
Argentinean President Cristina Kirchner termed on Thursday "a dirty trick" the release by Madrid-based daily newspaper El País of the photo of a man put on tubes in a hospital, presented as an exclusive image of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez.

"On the front page of El País I saw a photo. Let me correct, that is not a photo, but a dirty trick," twitted on Thursday the Argentinean president on her account @CFKArgentina.

El País took out on Thursday of its website a photo that made its front page, presumably the exclusive image of President Chávez, featuring also in the first printed edition, a copy of which was received by Kirchner, AFP cited.

"Nasty press. I cannot think of any other term. It is the same everywhere," Kirchner lamented in another twit as part of a number of criticisms on Thursday against the media, including British The Sun and Argentinean El Clarín, in support of Chávez's government.
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