27 September 1993 ‘‘I would never tell the people that war had started, and when it had ended, then I’d tell them who had won,” said a Latin American dictator, explaining why the press should be abolished for the duration of the war, and a strict censorship introduced. In many thingsinflation, lawlessness, mafia, corruption, missing […]

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