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Topic - Carlos
In 2000, the standoff between federal authorities and Miami's Cuban-American community over the fate of Elian Gonzalez - a young refugee rescued after his mother drowned at sea during their escape from Cuba - became a referendum on both Fidel Castro's revolution and the thirst for freedom that had led so many Cuban refugees to sacrifice life itself.
The first video released of the 33 men trapped deep in a Chilean copper mine shows the men stripped to the waist and appearing slim but healthy, arm-in-arm, singing the national anthem and yelling "long live Chile, and long live the miners!" — images that bolstered family members' spirits Friday.
"No, from my grandfather," he said.
terrorist Carlos the Jackal claimed in a letter that he knew the names of the Black September members involved and that the plan was called Operation Alon.