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Che Guevara

(tʃeɪ ɡəˈvɑːrə; Spanish tʃe ɡeˈβara)
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Noun1.Che Guevara - an Argentine revolutionary leader who was Fidel Castro's chief lieutenant in the Cuban revolution; active in other Latin American countries; was captured and executed by the Bolivian army (1928-1967)
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The organization reportedly lashed out against the media and Justice minister Ionas Nicolaou, and quoted Greek poet Yiannis Ritsos and Ernesto Che Guevara.
The new production line at the Ernesto Che Guevara Electronic Components Plant, located in western Pinar del Rio Province, is slated to initiate operations by March this year.
What started out as a fragrant celebration of the memories of Ernesto Che Guevara and Hugo Chavez deteriorated into a stink overnight after it got up the noses of supporters of the Cuban Revolution, reports Caribbean360.
The premise of Bouchra Khalili's 16-minute video "Garden Conversation" is a conversation between two 20th-century revolutionary leaders -- Ernesto Che Guevara and Abdelkarim al-Khattabi.
Cuba's only two nickel plants, Cubaniquel-owned Ernesto Che Guevara and Pedro Soto Alba, a joint venture between Toronto-based Sherritt International and Cubaniquel, are both located in Moa.
The majority who buy the [Hitler] book are university students," says Rafaat, but more students buy the book about Ernesto Che Guevara than the Hitler book.
Ernesto Che Guevara is one of the most complicated case-studies of twentieth-century Latin American history.
who laud Mariategui as a creative and innovative thinker who "nourished the early Marxist thought of Ernesto Che Guevara, championed the causes of Indigenous peoples, realized the revolutionary potential of the peasantry, asserted a mature Marxist feminism, and even resisted the Stalinization of Latin American Marxist parties" and as a figure of enduring and central importance to ideological struggle in Latin America even as he remains obscure in the English-speaking world.
Del Toro, who won an Oscar playing a tough cop in drug film "Traffic" and recently was revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara in "Che," takes a surprising turn on Friday in the latest movie incarnation of a hairy, man-beast werewolf in "The Wolfman.