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November 27, 1989 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While the Berlin Wall has been transformed into a symbol of freedom and Eastern Europe is rapidly casting off the cloak of communism, elsewhere the Cold War is still being fought the old-fashioned way: Forces backed by Moscow and Washington kill each other in Third World trouble spots from Afghanistan to El Salvador. Yet, as President Bush and Soviet President Mikhail S.
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November 27, 1989 | NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While the Berlin Wall has been transformed into a symbol of freedom and Eastern Europe is rapidly casting off the cloak of communism, elsewhere the Cold War is still being fought the old-fashioned way: Forces backed by Moscow and Washington kill each other in Third World trouble spots from Afghanistan to El Salvador. Yet, as President Bush and Soviet President Mikhail S.
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October 29, 1987
Four former CIA agents who left the agency after becoming disillusioned by covert operations in the Third World said they will lead a national campaign to end such activities. The co-founders of the Center for the Study of Covert Action said they plan "to inform the American people . . . about the true nature of covert action," which they said is a record of secret wars against legitimate governments around the world.
NEWS
October 29, 1987
Four former CIA agents who left the agency after becoming disillusioned by covert operations in the Third World said they will lead a national campaign to end such activities. The co-founders of the Center for the Study of Covert Action said they plan "to inform the American people . . . about the true nature of covert action," which they said is a record of secret wars against legitimate governments around the world.
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