The Chilean government has acknowledged that Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda might have been killed during the aftermath of the 1973 coup that brought Gen. Augusto Pinochet to power.
The announcement from the country's Interior Ministry came after the Spanish-language newspaper El Pais reported that a government document dated March 2015 said it was "highly likely" that a third party was involved in Neruda's death.
The government statement acknowledged the document and said the investigation into the cause of Neruda's death would continue.
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