Go to some lengths is an idiom meaning, to try very hard to achieve a result.
Parade (verb), to make a public and usually ostentatious show of.
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We frankly cannot accept the delay in granting consular access since the Sandinista government has apparently gone to some lengths to prade Mr. Hasenfus before the press...
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