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December 7, 1988
Insurgents of the Maoist Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path) movement killed two French rural development workers and three Peruvians in the Andes, reportedly after holding a mock trial, Peruvian officials said. The attack occurred in Haquira, a remote village 350 miles southeast of Lima. The French victims were identified as Thomas Pelissier, 25, and Corinne Seguin, 22; the Peruvians were not named. In neighboring Bolivia, authorities said Lt. Cmdr.
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December 7, 1988
Insurgents of the Maoist Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path) movement killed two French rural development workers and three Peruvians in the Andes, reportedly after holding a mock trial, Peruvian officials said. The attack occurred in Haquira, a remote village 350 miles southeast of Lima. The French victims were identified as Thomas Pelissier, 25, and Corinne Seguin, 22; the Peruvians were not named. In neighboring Bolivia, authorities said Lt. Cmdr.
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