Guevara


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Guevara

Ernesto , known as Che Guevara. 1928-- 67, Latin American politician and soldier, born in Argentina. He developed guerrilla warfare as a tool for revolution and was instrumental in Castro's victory in Cuba (1959), where he held government posts until 1965. He was killed while training guerrillas in Bolivia
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En los ultimos anos de su vida Guevara dio muchas entrevistas y escribio varios libros que tenian que ver con su vida.
It's a fantastic feeling to score all the goals in a match, but the better feeling now is to have the chance of playing for the trophy in the final," Guevara told Gulf News.
Joining a secret political party for Palestinians, Guevara attended meetings to discuss how to oust Assad.
Ernesto Guevara, del cineasta italo-argentino emigrado a Mexico Jorge Denti, da cuenta de la practicamente desconocida historia del medico, fotografo, velador, poeta y sociologo que vivio varios anos en la Ciudad de Mexico.
The minibus, named the Kenny Bell Minibus for Cuba, was handed to Dr Guevara at a ceremony at Newcastle's Civic Centre.
Guevara crossed the plate on a throwing error, before Ian Blease added another from a Harry Wren sacrifice fly.
Dr Guevara has worked as a physician in Angola, Ecuador, and Nicaragua.
The authors show Guevara traveling through countries that were reaping the results of major social, political, and economic changes unleashed since the 1930s and that prelude the violent upheaval that afflicted the region in the 1960s and 1970s.
The district court held that the FSIA exception issue was already resolved in Guevara I.
IT'S ONE Ernesto 'Che' Guevara picture that has not made it to T-shirts, coffee mugs and hand bags.
Como se recordara, en 1968 Gilberto Guevara fue representante de la Facultad de Ciencias al Consejo Nacional de Huelga y paso mas de dos anos en la carcel de Lecumberri por su actuacion en el movimiento de aquel ano.
Guevara, one of the heroes of the 1959 Cuban revolution, was also a football fan, a follower, in particular, of Rosario Central in his homeland of Argentina.