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Which of the following was General Augusto Pinochet responsible for? the many sanctions imposed on Bolivia the disappearance of thousands of people in Chile the short Falkland War with Great
Britain the harsh suppression of a revolution in Algeria
General Augusto Pinochet responsible for the disappearance of thousands of people in Chile.
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