Swiss photographer Luc Chessex lived in Cuba between 1961 and 1975. He worked for Cuba Internacional. The Cuban news agency Prensa Latina designated him as the correspondent for Latin America and sent him on missions with the editor-in-chief. After a short stay in Chile, where Salvador Allende had just been elected president, he went to Bolivia, where the government had just lifted the travel ban in the zone where Che Guevara’s small group was ambushed.
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