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Peru: Remains of Shining Path massacre victims finally put to rest

Accomarca was the scene of the worst massacre during Peru's 20-year Shining Path insurgency. The late Maoist cult leader Abimael Guzman believed the blood of peasants ought to irrigate his violent revolution.

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