Dirty War (disambiguation)
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Dirty War may refer to:
- Dirty wars, offensives conducted by regimes against their dissidents, marked by the use of torture and forced disappearance of civilians.
- Historical Events
- Dirty War, (Argentina, 1975 and 1980) State-sponsored violence against dissident and other citizens carried out by Jorge Rafael Videla's military government.
- Dirty War (Mexico), (1960s and 1990s) Internal conflict between the CIA backed PRI-party government and left-wing student and guerrilla groups.
- GAL (Spain, 1983 to 1987), one of the illegal death squads established to fight Basque independentism.
- Years of Lead (Morocco), (1960s through the 1980s) The events that occurred under the rule of King Hassan II are sometimes described as Dirty War.
- The Troubles (1968-1998), The Ethno-nationalist conflict in Northern Ireland is often described as a dirty war.
- Guerra sucia (disambiguation) (Spanish for Dirty War)
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