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Americas - Operation Condor's lasting impact on Latin America's media

Reporters without borders
Op-ed published on 11 September on Bío Bío Nacional's website Forty years after the Chilean military coup of 11 September 1973, Latin America's conscience is still haunted by memories of the dust clouds from the attack on La Moneda, the presidential palace. Salvador Allende's death and the rubble left by the bombardment endure as symbols of democracies crushed by the claws of Operation Condor, just as certain open wounds still endure. In the absence of justice, the time has come for repentance, (...)

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