News Footage / Jan 29, 2013

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Brazilian friar wins UNESCO-José Marti prize The Brazilian Dominican friar Fray Betto was awarded the UNESCO-José Marti prize in Havana on Monday, an award on a Cuba's intiative in 1994 to celebrate individuals who have contributed to the "unity and integration" of Latin America based on its "cultural tradition and human values". Betto, a well-known proponent of liberation theology, dedicated his prize to ailing Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Images.
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