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Missile deal stirs fear, anger

It was a straightforward operation, U.S. officials insist. Bolivia’s top military leaders asked for U.S. help last year in destroying about 28 shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles that were dangerously obsolete, they say, and Washington agreed. But the secret operation became public, came under attack by then-presidential candidate Evo Morales, led to the firing of the defense minister and the army’s top commander, fueled suspicions of heavy-handed U.S. dealings and sparked corruption allegations. Full Story

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