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Marcos comeback bid could hurt Mexican leftist

Eyes wrinkled behind his ski mask after years hiding in the jungle, Mexican rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos is making a comeback that may spell bad news for the country’s leftist presidential candidate. Marcos, who led a brief indigenous uprising in the state of Chiapas in 1994, is now supporting machete-wielding peasants in a town near Mexico City who fought police in a riot last week that killed a 14-year old boy. Full Story

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