3,000 get free food in Mexico City

Updated: 2011-01-20 11:19


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3,000 get free food in Mexico City

People receive free food as part of the "Comedor Popular" program by Mexico City's authorities at the Monument of the Revolution in Mexico City, Jan 19, 2011. At least 3,000 people received food, as part of the program, which aims to help the poor, children and the elderly affected by the current economic crisis, according to city government sources. [Photo/Agencies]

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