A group of women managed to tear down the fences that protect the Metropolitan Cathedral in Buenos Aires on Friday, to express their repudiation of the church.
Protesters threw stones and burning materials over the fence before they managed to get to the front door. They accused the church of being an accomplice to various abuses and violations.
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