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February 11, 1986

More then 350 people were arrested in Lima as Peruvian troops enforced the first day of a curfew aimed at curbing attacks by leftist guerrillas. Security was tight, and patrols were told to shoot pedestrians who ignored orders to halt and to fire on cars not flying white flags to make them clearly visible.

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