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  • “He had the chance to be the Mandela of Bolivia, but instead he chose to be the Mugabe,” said Luis Eduardo Siles, a columnist and former congressman in La Paz sympathetic to the opposition.

    The Mugabe of the Andes?

  • “He had the chance to be the Mandela of Bolivia, but instead he chose to be the Mugabe,” said Luis Eduardo Siles, a columnist and former congressman in La Paz sympathetic to the opposition.

    The Mugabe of the Andes?

  • Siles was overthrown by a military coup and was followed by Pres.

    1968, July

  • "My neighbours were running around and told me to get out," local resident Maria Elena Siles told the Associated Press.

    BBC News - Home

  • Last Updated: 2010-04-25 08: 16: 42 UTC by Raul Siles (Version: 1)/* This is a blog cross-post from a

    SANS Internet Storm Center, InfoCON: green

  • The Siles stadium was under repair and the game was played in Bolivar's Tembladerani, just shy of 4,000 meters.

    World Cup Soccer - South Africa 2010

  • Raul Siles, an incident response handler for security training organisation the Sans Institute, wrote that "it is important to highlight that [proof-of-concept] exploit code is available". wrote Siles in a blog post.

    ZDNet Asia Latest Tech News

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