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Peru’s Indians reject rebellion by Inca nationalists

An umbrella group representing Peru’s Indian peoples said Friday it has no links or affinity with a self-styled Inca nationalist group whose recent short-lived rebellion in the country’s south left seven people dead. The chairman of the Standing Coordinator of the Indigenous Peoples of Peru, Miguel Palacin, told a press conference in Lima that his organization does not share the views of the Peruvian Nationalist Movement and its jailed chief, former army Maj. Antauro Humala. “We have no relationship or tie with the thought of Humala,” Palacin said, suggesting that the retired soldier’s Jan. 1 assault on a police station in the Andean town of Andahuaylas was a publicity stunt. Full Story

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