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Shining Path leader says ‘civil war’ to continue

A man who said he was the top leader of Peru’s Shining Path rebels outside of prison claimed responsibility in an interview published on Sunday for attacks that killed nine people, and said the group would press on with a campaign of “selective annihilation.” Accompanying what it said was an exclusive interview in the Peruvian jungle last week, La Republica newspaper published a photograph of “Comrade Artemio” in a black ski mask and black T-shirt emblazoned with the slogan “Popular Guerrilla Army” and a hammer and sickle. Full Story

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