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May 04, 1987

Leaders of the Nicaraguan contras are meeting in Miami in hopes of agreeing on the makeup of an expanded assembly by the middle of this week and appointing new directors. The United Nicaraguan Opposition, formed in June, 1985, has been shaken by the resignation of two of its three directors--Adolfo Calero and Arturo Cruz--and a pledge by another, Alfonso Robelo, to leave the directorate shortly. The U.S.-backed rebels are fighting Nicaragua's leftist Sandinista government.

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