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- Tupamaros, also known as the MLN-T (Movimiento de Liberación NacionalTupamaros or TupamarosNational Liberation Movement), was a Marxist-Leninist...
- supposedly settled "el 23 de Enero". The Venezuelan Tupamaros have at least ideological links to the Tupamaros in Uruguay that took the name of Tupac Amaru,...
- betrayal of high-ranking Tupamaro Héctor Amodio Pérez, police officers who were granted liberal repressive powers to deal with Tupamaros. Sendic was arrested...
- surgeon on call at the hospital saved his life. Tupamaros claimed that the surgeon was secretly Tupamaro and this is why his life was saved. In reality...
- at a Fatah camp, forming the Tupamaros on their return to Germany. The group took their name from the Uruguayan Tupamaros. The TW had a core membership...
- army had effectively destro**** the Tupamaros and their leader, Raúl Sendic, was imprisoned. Most of the Tupamaro leaders spent 12 years in prison and...
- 2014. "Los Tupamaros, el brazo armado del chavismo". Infobae. 13 February 2014. Retrieved 7 August 2014. "Venezuela: Así actúan Tupamaros con protección...
- known as "El Ñato". A former member of the National Liberation Movement (Tupamaros) (MLN-T), he was in prison during the military dictatorship for twelve...
- local police in the use of torture. He was kidnapped and executed by the Tupamaros guerrilla group fighting against the authoritarian government in Montevideo...
- amnesty that freed those Tupamaros imprisoned during the regime, there was debate among different factions within the Tupamaros about whether or not to...