Latin America: Elusive Guerrilla

In the 30 months since Castro's longtime second-in-command, Che Guevara, disappeared from sight, the question of his whereabouts has haunted Latin America. He has been reported executed by Castro, killed in the Dominican Republic's 1965 civil war and fostering guerrilla warfare in half a dozen Latin American countries. Last week the Bo livian government presented "proof" that Che is, or at least was, in Bolivia, leading a Cuban-trained band of 60 guerrillas who have been operating in the country's remote southwestern jungles since March.

The evidence, Bolivia said, was captured last month...

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