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Brazil to Disclose Dictatorship-Era Docs

Brazil’s president has ordered the intelligence service to make dictatorship-era documents public by the end of the year, the official Agencia Brasil news service reported Sunday. The agency said President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s decree, which took effect Saturday, orders Brazil’s intelligence service to turn over all files from the 1964-85 military dictatorship to the nation’s National Archive by Dec. 31. Only documents deemed “supersecret,” which could put lives in danger, will remain restricted, the agency said. Full Story

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