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November 18, 2008 | Times Wire Reports
Peruvian police arrested a man with 36 grenades in his backpack, days before 21 heads of state and government are to meet in Lima for an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. The arrest of Edwin Valladolid, 31, comes as suspected holdouts of the Maoist Shining Path rebel group, which led a bloody rebellion until its leaders were captured in the 1990s, have launched a series of attacks in recent weeks. On Sunday, the group shot dead three police officers and wounded a fourth in the Ayacucho region, about 350 miles southeast of Lima.
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January 7, 1986 | From Reuters
At least 13 Indian peasants died when a landslide buried their farmhouse in the eastern Peruvian village of Capilluchari, police said Monday. Rescuers were digging through debris for any other victims of the torrent of mud and rocks that swept through the area 200 miles east of Lima last Friday.
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March 10, 1987 | From Reuters
Leftist guerrillas bombed two cinemas and a temporary employment office and blew up an electricity pylon in Lima on Sunday night, causing damage but no injuries, police said Monday. They added that four people were arrested while planting a firebomb at a third cinema downtown.
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February 19, 1989 | From Associated Press
Ten people were killed when a truck hauling eucalyptus branches plunged off a 330-foot cliff in the Andes, the government said. The state news agency Andina said the crash occurred near the north-central town of Otuzco, 340 miles from Lima.
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January 13, 1987 | Associated Press
A gunman in a passing car fired at two unarmed policemen in civilian clothes, wounding one of them, police reported Monday. They said the attack occurred Sunday morning in the coastal city of Chimbote, 265 miles north of Lima, as the two off-duty policemen rode a motorcycle through a slum district.
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October 5, 1985 | United Press International
About 50 Shining Path rebels attacked a village in Peru's central Andes and killed three peasants, authorities said Friday. Eight villagers were injured during the guerrilla attack before dawn Friday in Sinto, a remote mountain village about 125 miles southeast of Lima.
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March 12, 1987 | From Reuters
Maoist guerrillas bombed a freight train in south-central Peru, derailing two locomotives and four coaches and blocking traffic on the sole rail link between Lima and the mining centers of the central Andes, officials said Tuesday.
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October 3, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
A Boeing 757-200 belonging to the Peruvian airline Aeroperu crashed off the Pacific Coast north of Lima, killing all 70 passengers and crew members on board. The Peruvian government blamed computer problems on the plane for the accident, which claimed victims from 11 countries. Aeroperu cited "technical failures" without elaborating.
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May 29, 2013 | Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
Could fashion photographers be the next big design collaborators to make a dent in the shopping scene? Peruvian lensman Mario Testino is launching the MATE collection exclusively at Net-a-porter.com  on June 5, sampling his colorful images of traditional Peruvian textiles on cool kaftans, totes, clutches and scarves that fit perfectly with summer's beachy, boho vibe. The pieces feature abstract and enlarged sections of Testino's exhibition, “Alta Moda,” which opened April 18 at Avenido Pedro de Osma in Lima, Peru.
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