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February 27, 2002
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Henry Kissinger canceled a trip to Brazil, where he was to be honored by Sao Paolo’s Jewish community. Citing Kissinger’s alleged ties to Augusto Pinochet’s former dictatorship in Chile, a Spanish judge would have sought the former U.S. secretary of state’s arrest upon his arrival in Brazil, according to Rabbi Henry Sobel of the Congregacao Israelita Paulista synagogue, which organized the trip.

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