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写真 | 2021年 09月 16日 23:34 JST

In Peru's Andes, Shining Path leader's death stirs buried memories of terror

A man looks at newspapers reporting on the death of Abimael Guzman, founder of the Peruvian guerrilla group Shining Path, in Ayacucho, Peru September 14, 2021. In Peru's Andean region of Ayacucho, residents are still haunted by the memories of terror in the 1980s, where thousands of people were killed and disappeared during bloody standoffs between the Shining Path rebels and military forces. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

A man looks at newspapers reporting on the death of Abimael Guzman, founder of the Peruvian guerrilla group Shmore

A man looks at newspapers reporting on the death of Abimael Guzman, founder of the Peruvian guerrilla group Shining Path, in Ayacucho, Peru September 14, 2021. In Peru's Andean region of Ayacucho, residents are still haunted by the memories of terror in the 1980s, where thousands of people were killed and disappeared during bloody standoffs between the Shining Path rebels and military forces. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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A caretaker stands in front of crosses for people who disappeared during the era of Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, at the memorial site La Hoyada, in Ayacucho, Peru September 14, 2021. Memories of those years have been stirred by the death of Abimael Guzman, the professor who founded the Shining Path. Arrested in 1992, he died in prison on Sept. 11 while serving a life sentence. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

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A caretaker stands in front of crosses for people who disappeared during the era of Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, at the memorial site La Hoyada, in Ayacucho, Peru September 14, 2021. Memories of those years have been stirred by the death of Abimael Guzman, the professor who founded the Shining Path. Arrested in 1992, he died in prison on Sept. 11 while serving a life sentence. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Crosses with the names of people who disappeared during the era of Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, are seen at the memorial site La Hoyada, in Ayacucho, Peru September 14, 2021. An estimated 69,000 Peruvians were killed - nearly half in Ayacucho - during bloody standoffs between the Shining Path and the state, with violence on both sides. The bodies of many who died were never recovered. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

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Crosses with the names of people who disappeared during the era of Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, are seen at the memorial site La Hoyada, in Ayacucho, Peru September 14, 2021. An estimated 69,000 Peruvians were killed - nearly half in Ayacucho - during bloody standoffs between the Shining Path and the state, with violence on both sides. The bodies of many who died were never recovered. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Farmer Cirilo Huallanca looks at a plaque inscribed with names of people who died during violence connected to Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. In the Peruvian Andes, residents recall almost daily a terror that once haunted them every time the sun went down. Before dusk in the 1980s locals would often run into the hills in case brutal Shining Path militants came through in their long-running battle to topple the Peruvian state and impose their own Maoist brand of communism. "We had small children. (My wife) would carry one and pull the other even while she was pregnant. We'd then go sleep in a ditch," said Cirilo Huallanca, 62, a farmer who has lived all his life in Ñuñunhuaycco. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Farmer Cirilo Huallanca looks at a plaque inscribed with names of people who died during violence connected tomore

Farmer Cirilo Huallanca looks at a plaque inscribed with names of people who died during violence connected to Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. In the Peruvian Andes, residents recall almost daily a terror that once haunted them every time the sun went down. Before dusk in the 1980s locals would often run into the hills in case brutal Shining Path militants came through in their long-running battle to topple the Peruvian state and impose their own Maoist brand of communism. "We had small children. (My wife) would carry one and pull the other even while she was pregnant. We'd then go sleep in a ditch," said Cirilo Huallanca, 62, a farmer who has lived all his life in Ñuñunhuaycco. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Benedicta Tinuri milks her cow in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Benedicta Tinuri milks her cow in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abmore

Benedicta Tinuri milks her cow in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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A woman grazes her sheep in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

A woman grazes her sheep in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael more

A woman grazes her sheep in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Rodomila Segovia mourns holding a photo of her mother, who died in violence connected to Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, in her home in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. "We don't have anywhere to take our grief," said Rodomila Segovia, a social worker who said her mother and uncle were killed by the Shining Path and she was sexually assaulted by the military in the 1980s. The last time Segovia saw her mother alive was when she sent her off to Lima to be safe. Her search for her mother in Ayacucho eventually led her to bones identified via DNA analysis. Guzman's death gives her no closure.
"What he did was genocide. But he has died being cared for by doctors," she said.
"Have we even found the bodies of our loved ones? We don't have anywhere to bring flowers, not even on their birthday." REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Rodomila Segovia mourns holding a photo of her mother, who died in violence connected to Shining Path, the Permore

Rodomila Segovia mourns holding a photo of her mother, who died in violence connected to Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, in her home in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. "We don't have anywhere to take our grief," said Rodomila Segovia, a social worker who said her mother and uncle were killed by the Shining Path and she was sexually assaulted by the military in the 1980s. The last time Segovia saw her mother alive was when she sent her off to Lima to be safe. Her search for her mother in Ayacucho eventually led her to bones identified via DNA analysis. Guzman's death gives her no closure. "What he did was genocide. But he has died being cared for by doctors," she said. "Have we even found the bodies of our loved ones? We don't have anywhere to bring flowers, not even on their birthday." REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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A fire set to clear land for farming burns in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. Even in death Guzman remains a polarizing figure, with disagreement over what should happen to his remains.

Many want to cremate and scatter his ashes to avoid a grave site that could be a rallying point for supporters. Sebastian Chavez Sifuentes, a lawyer for Guzman and his imprisoned widow, told Reuters they want cremation but to keep the ashes. Peru's public ministry on Wednesday said it had denied their request to hand over the body. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

A fire set to clear land for farming burns in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whosmore

A fire set to clear land for farming burns in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. Even in death Guzman remains a polarizing figure, with disagreement over what should happen to his remains. Many want to cremate and scatter his ashes to avoid a grave site that could be a rallying point for supporters. Sebastian Chavez Sifuentes, a lawyer for Guzman and his imprisoned widow, told Reuters they want cremation but to keep the ashes. Peru's public ministry on Wednesday said it had denied their request to hand over the body. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Women walk down a dirt road in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. Guzman launched his bloody Maoist insurgency in 1980 by burning electoral ballots. Soon, the Shining Path became one of Latin America's deadliest guerrilla groups.

The government turned to the military, sending soldiers to places like Ayacucho, where they struggled to distinguish peasants from insurgents.

Guzman's ability to avoid capture became legendary as Peru spiraled into chaos. It came to an end in 1992, when he was finally caught in a middle-class neighborhood of Lima. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Women walk down a dirt road in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimamore

Women walk down a dirt road in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. Guzman launched his bloody Maoist insurgency in 1980 by burning electoral ballots. Soon, the Shining Path became one of Latin America's deadliest guerrilla groups. The government turned to the military, sending soldiers to places like Ayacucho, where they struggled to distinguish peasants from insurgents. Guzman's ability to avoid capture became legendary as Peru spiraled into chaos. It came to an end in 1992, when he was finally caught in a middle-class neighborhood of Lima. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Anthropology professor Lurgio Gavilan poses for a photograph in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. "We cannot talk freely," said Gavilan, who joined the Shining Path aged 13, later became a soldier and is now an anthropology professor at Ayacucho's San Cristobal University, the same place where Guzman once taught philosophy.

"Somebody speaks, then they take it out of context and we get labeled as terrorists." REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Anthropology professor Lurgio Gavilan poses for a photograph in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian gumore

Anthropology professor Lurgio Gavilan poses for a photograph in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. "We cannot talk freely," said Gavilan, who joined the Shining Path aged 13, later became a soldier and is now an anthropology professor at Ayacucho's San Cristobal University, the same place where Guzman once taught philosophy. "Somebody speaks, then they take it out of context and we get labeled as terrorists." REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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A closed gas station is seen in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

A closed gas station is seen in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimmore

A closed gas station is seen in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Porfiria Cuenca works in her shop in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. Cuenca, who owns a small shop, said she gave birth to one of her daughters while hiding in the hills.

"It was a life of suffering, we couldn't even eat. When the sun set we got ready to climb the hills," Cuenca said in Quechua. "When I remember that, I can't sleep." REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Porfiria Cuenca works in her shop in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose foundermore

Porfiria Cuenca works in her shop in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. Cuenca, who owns a small shop, said she gave birth to one of her daughters while hiding in the hills. "It was a life of suffering, we couldn't even eat. When the sun set we got ready to climb the hills," Cuenca said in Quechua. "When I remember that, I can't sleep." REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Altar boys participate in Sunday Mass in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Altar boys participate in Sunday Mass in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose foumore

Altar boys participate in Sunday Mass in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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The countryside where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active is seen through the window of a pickup truck in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

The countryside where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, wmore

The countryside where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active is seen through the window of a pickup truck in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Two men sit in the grass after working in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Two men sit in the grass after working in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose fomore

Two men sit in the grass after working in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Mariano Salvatierra and wife Benedicta Tinuri sit in their home in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Mariano Salvatierra and wife Benedicta Tinuri sit in their home in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvianmore

Mariano Salvatierra and wife Benedicta Tinuri sit in their home in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Farmer Cirilo Huallanca sits outside his neighbor's home in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Farmer Cirilo Huallanca sits outside his neighbor's home in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrimore

Farmer Cirilo Huallanca sits outside his neighbor's home in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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A street is seen at dusk in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

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A street is seen at dusk in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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A woman opens a window in her home in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

A woman opens a window in her home in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose foundemore

A woman opens a window in her home in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Nununhuaycco, near Ayacucho, Peru September 13, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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A mural depicting violence from the era of Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, is seen in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

A mural depicting violence from the era of Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Gumore

A mural depicting violence from the era of Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, is seen in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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People attend a carnival in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

People attend a carnival in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael more

People attend a carnival in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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A woman attends Sunday Mass in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

A woman attends Sunday Mass in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimamore

A woman attends Sunday Mass in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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People walk in a town plaza in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

People walk in a town plaza in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimamore

People walk in a town plaza in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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A woman walks down a street in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

A woman walks down a street in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimamore

A woman walks down a street in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Women play a carnival game in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.

Women play a carnival game in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimaemore

Women play a carnival game in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.
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Rodomila Segovia touches a photo of her mother, who is one of her relatives that died in violence connected to Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, in her home in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Rodomila Segovia touches a photo of her mother, who is one of her relatives that died in violence connected tomore

Rodomila Segovia touches a photo of her mother, who is one of her relatives that died in violence connected to Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, in her home in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Children play in a carnival ball pit in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Children play in a carnival ball pit in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founmore

Children play in a carnival ball pit in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Children play on a playground in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Children play on a playground in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimore

Children play on a playground in the region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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People sit in a park in a region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021.  REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

People sit in a park in a region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzmanmore

People sit in a park in a region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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Two girls sit in a park in a region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque

Two girls sit in a park in a region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzmore

Two girls sit in a park in a region where Shining Path, the Peruvian guerrilla group whose founder Abimael Guzman recently died, was once active, in Ayacucho, Peru September 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alessandro Cinque
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