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Peru rules out rebel negotiations

Lima : Peru | Apr 12, 2012 at 2:41 PM PDT
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Peru rules out talks with Shining Path over hostages The workers were seized near one of the Shining Path's last jungle strongholds The Peruvian government says it will not negotiate with Shining Path rebels, who kidnapped a group of gas workers in the south of the country on Monday. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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Handout shows "Comrade Artemio" of Peru's Shining Path rebel group, wading through water without a helmet, escorted by members of the Peruvian army, after his capture
Handout shows "Comrade Artemio" of Peru's Shining Path rebel group, wading through water without a helmet, escorted by members of the Peruvian army, after his capture
 
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