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Bolivian army chief says U.S. removed country’s missiles

The United States removed 30 missiles from the Bolivian army’s arsenal last October in apprehension over the expected triumph of leftist Evo Morales in the December presidential election, a top Bolivian general said Thursday. The statements from army commander Marcelo Antezana about the missiles and the possibility of institutional upheaval arising from Morales’ victory – he won resoundingly – have provoked an uproar in Bolivia. Antezana, who commented on the ATB television network, was criticized by the head of the Bolivian armed forces, Adm. Marco Antonio Justiniano, who said the general’s account of events differs from that in official army records. Full Story

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