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January 03, 2014
Soldiers drive on a dirt road near a Zapatista village in San Miguel January 2, 2014. Twenty years after...
San Miguel, Mexico
Soldiers drive on a dirt road near a Zapatista village in San Miguel
Soldiers drive on a dirt road near a Zapatista village in San Miguel January 2, 2014. Twenty years after Zapatista rebel leader Subcomandante Marcos led armed indigenous insurgents in Chiapas state in a "declaration of war" against the government the day Mexico opened its borders to free trade, the Zapatistas have faded from national view and their legacy is in question. Named for Mexican revolutionary hero Emiliano Zapata, the Zapatista National Liberation Army sparked a 12-day battle with the Army that claimed at least 140 lives, becoming an early symbol for supporters of the anti-globalization movement. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY MILITARY)
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