Protesters blockading Peru’s southern Pan-American Highway on Tuesday released 47 police hostages they were holding, clearing the way for talks with the government on their demand of a greater share of the region’s mine revenues. The decision by residents of Moquegua province to release the hostages, including a police general, came after Cabinet Chief Jorge del Castillo said the government would end talks if the demonstrators didn’t release the officers. Full Story
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