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Bolivia: first woman serves as military commander | World War 4 Report: Reque Ter�n is not the first woman to serve as a general in Latin America. Venezuela has already had both a female general and a female admiral, with the latter going on to serve as defense minister, Carmen Mel�ndez. But Reque Teran now becomes the first woman in Latin America to directly command combat troops. (EFE, Global Post, La Raz�n, La Paz, P�gina Siete, La Paz, Dec. 30)

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