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Mexico marks revolution centenary
Struggle to benefit from land continues 100 years after revolution against dictatorship.
Last Modified: 20 Nov 2010 16:18 GMT

Mexico is marking 100 years since the revolution against the country's dictatorship.

Emiliano Zapata was one of the rebel leaders who took up arms to reclaim land rights for peasant farmers.

Franc Contreras reports from Anenecuilco in Mexico, where he explored Zapata's legacy and the ongoing struggle to benefit from the land that he once fought for.

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Al Jazeera
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