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June 8, 1987
San Salvador Archbishop Arturo Rivera y Damas condemned the occupation of the Metropolitan Cathedral by a human rights group as "intolerable" in light of the nation's "incipient democracy." About 50 women belonging to the Oscar Arnulfo Romero Committee of Mothers of the Disappeared and Political Prisoners, known as COMADRES, began their occupation of the cathedral Saturday and pledged to remain indefinitely.
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June 8, 1987
San Salvador Archbishop Arturo Rivera y Damas condemned the occupation of the Metropolitan Cathedral by a human rights group as "intolerable" in light of the nation's "incipient democracy." About 50 women belonging to the Oscar Arnulfo Romero Committee of Mothers of the Disappeared and Political Prisoners, known as COMADRES, began their occupation of the cathedral Saturday and pledged to remain indefinitely.
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May 6, 1990 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
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