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Iconic Lady Liberty Closed by US Government Shutdowni
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October 01, 2013 9:47 PM
One of America’s iconic attractions, The Statue of Liberty, was seen but not touched on Tuesday after a U.S. government shutdown forced the closure of some of the nation's great tourist attractions. VOA’S Bernard Shusman reports from New York harbor.

Iconic Lady Liberty Closed by US Government Shutdown

Published October 01, 2013

One of America’s iconic attractions, The Statue of Liberty, was seen but not touched on Tuesday after a U.S. government shutdown forced the closure of some of the nation's great tourist attractions. VOA’S Bernard Shusman reports from New York harbor.


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