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Clashes in Peru leave more than 30 dead

A nervous calm settled over northwest Peru on Monday night, three days after clashes between indigenous citizens and national police left more than 30 dead and 50 wounded.
Alberto Pizango, a leader of the protesters, says his followers did not kill police officers.
A 3 p.m.-6 a.m. curfew seemed to be holding, and both sides in the bloody episode said they wanted dialogue, not bullets.Full Story

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