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FILE - In this Sept. 11, 1973 file photo, La Moneda presidential palace in Santiago, Chile, is bombarded by military jets during a coup against President Allende's government.  The perseverance and persistence during the last two decades from the former driver and assistant of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, who believes that the Pinochet dictatorship ordered the world-wide poet’s assassination, prompted a human rights judge to order on Feb. 8, 2013 the exhumation of Neruda's body. But chances are that the exhumation won’t be conclusive on whether the poet died in the middle of a treatment for prostate cancer or was killed by a doctor, whose existence no one can verify, to silence the vocal poet who was an active member of the Chilean Communist Party. Officially, Neruda died of cancer only days after the 1973 coup toppled his close friend, socialist President Salvador Allende. (AP Photo/File)

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