Peruvians saddened by Alan Garcia’s sudden death
20 April 2019 | 9:23 am
Peruvians express disbelief and sadness at the death of former president Alan Garcia, who died in hospital after shooting himself in the head at his home as police were about to arrest him in a sprawling corruption case.
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