Masked Greenpeace activists hold protest signs during a demonstration in New Delhi on January 6, 2001. (GMO's/JSG/CC)
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The executive director of Greenpeace Argentina has been suspended after about 40 former employees signed a document accusing him of discrimination, threats and sexual harassment.The allegations against Martin Prieto, who is also responsible for Greenpeace's offices in Chile and Colombia, were detailed in a letter released earlier this week, prompting the environmental organization to suspend him Wednesday while it carries out an investigation.Allegations of workplace harassment at Greenpeace Argentina are not new. The organization admitted that its head of logistics had been dismissed following an investigation in 2013 .
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