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The smoke drifting overhead is only stone dust, but this may be one of the battlefields where Latin America’s future will be decided
They came to worship, but had trouble finding the shrine
“Roger, 90 left, SPAD 2.”“God, nor!”
The Communist government derides “consumerism,”but it knows that a thriving black market is vital to the city’s economy