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Book Highlights Women's Plight to Find the Disappeared in Chile's Desert

We dug in the desert and sometimes came across strange bones. We were so frightened during those years that we would bury them again.

With this quote Ramona Wadi starts her review of the book titled “Flowers in the desert – the search for Chile’s disappeared”, by author Paula Allen.

With a bilingual narration, the book “disseminates the tenacity of the women of Calama,” where 26 men were executed, accused of conspiring to blow up a local factory

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