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‘Christ’ becomes latest in Peru to be ensnared in corruption

A giant statue of Jesus Christ that looms over Lima has caused controversy in Peru because of its financing by the graft-tainted Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht and late ex-president Alan Garcia, with many calling it a symbol of corruption.

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