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ARGENTINA-FARMERS/
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April 01, 2008 
Border police officers allow a truck to pass through a road block April 1, 2008, as farmers continue... 
Gualeguaychu, Argentina 
Border police officers allow a truck to pass through a road block 
Border police officers allow a truck to pass through a road block April 1, 2008, as farmers continue to man roadblocks to protest a tax hike on soy exports while trade union and social groups allied with the center-left government will gather in front of the presidential palace in central Buenos Aires. Supporters of President Cristina Fernandez planned a mass rally on Tuesday to back the Argentine leader as she confronts a 20-day farm strike that is causing food shortages and disrupting grains exports. The march comes a week after thousands of middle-class Argentines banged pots and pans in the capital's streets in support of the farmers. The strike, which began on March 13, has become the most serious political challenge faced by Fernandez, who took office in December succeeding her husband, former President Nestor Kirchner. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (ARGENTINA) 
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