Peru: At least 14 people killed in attack attributed to Bright Road

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The attack took place in the Apurímac, Ene and Mantaro Valley (VRAEM) regions, in the photo seen by a journalist.

At least 14 people, including two minors, were killed in Peru in an attack that authorities in the country attributed to individuals still active in the guerrilla group Sendero Luminoso.

The murders took place Sunday night (23/05) in a bar in Valle dos Ríos Apurimac, In and Mantaro (VRAEM), in the center of the country, where the bright disease outbreak, a group that appeared in the 1960s.

According to the Peruvian authorities, leaflets identified as belonging to the “Camp Communista del Peru” party, which gathers fighters from the Shining Path, were found near the victims.

“The bright path led by the criminal Victor Kissby Palomino killed 14 unidentified people on the night of May 23, including two children who were found burned and unrecognizable,” the Joint Forces Command said in a statement. The country’s armed forces.

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