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September 29, 1987

Rebel leader Ruben Zamora said that peace talks planned in El Salvador on Sunday may ease tensions after nearly eight years of guerrilla war, but he asserted that President Reagan and some Salvadoran military officers oppose the talks. Zamora, who lives in exile in Nicaragua, will be one of the rebel representatives at the talks, scheduled to be held with officials of the government of President Jose Napoleon Duarte. "We need a political settlement to the war," Zamora said in an interview.

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