Bristol-based organisation allegedly accused of funding terrorism by Argentine government

“It does this to reactivate anti-British sentiments relating to the Falklands War and to demonize the Mapuche communities who fight peacefully for their legitimate rights, placing it alongside the ‘enemy'”

A Bristol-based organisation believes it has been accused of funding terrorism by the Argentine government in the midst of torrid land disputes in Patagonia.

The Mapuche International Link (MIL), which is headquartered in Lodge Street in Bristol city centre, was founded in 1996 to promote the interests of the indigenous Mapuche people in their home countries of Argentina and Chile

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