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Uruguay's newly installed Parliament approved an amnesty bill for an estimated 260 political prisoners jailed by the former military government on charges ranging from distributing pamphlets to assassination. Under the amnesty, which also covers about 4,900 people sentenced by military courts and later released, prisoners accused of murder may be tried in civilian courts.

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