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By Sandra Bao, Gregor Clark, Carolyn McCarthy, Lucas Vidgen, Andy Symington

“Think of Argentina and it fast turns into obvious why the rustic holds tourists in awe. Tango, gauchos, futbol, Patagonia, the Andes – the classics on my own make an impressive wanderlust cocktail.” – Sandra Bao, Lonely Planet Writer

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Inside This Book…
Pull-out urban map of Buenos Aires
Full color
261 days (and nights) of research
154 scrumptious steak restaurants
67 nationwide Parks & Reserves
Includes Chilean Patagonia
Inspirational photos
At-a-glance useful information
Outdoors feature
Comprehensive making plans tools
In-depth background

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A Rural Mobile Patrol Unit that deals with drug control in rural areas. The US embassy manages the bulk of UMOPAR's budget, and the Drug Enforce­ ment Agency (DEA) coordinates drug interdiction efforts. Most hu­ man rights violations until 1997 have been attributed to UMOPAR. The Special Drug Police Force (FELCN) was created in 1987 by President Victor Paz Estenssoro. Salary bonuses, training and weapons for the group were provided by the US government. Since then the FELCN has functioned as an umbrella organization for other Washington-funded anti-drug groups, such as the Expeditionary Task rorce (ETr), which operated from 2001-2002.

Oakland, CA, USA: AK Press, 2007. p 26. id=10408019&ppg=35 uted land, made health care and education widely accessible and created a society with more opportunities for the country's downtrodden. Need­ less to say, in the midst of the Cold War, the socialist Sandinistas were not warmly welcomed by Washington. The Reagan administration orga­ nized and funded a counterinsurgency army called the Contras to fight the Sandinistas. This US-backed group wreaked havoc upon the people of Nicaragua for nearly a decade.

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