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By Franklin Briceno, Associated Press
The violence following President Pedro Castillo’s Dec. 7 impeachment and arrest has revived class and racial divisions and has many Peruvians wondering whether the country's long period of uneasy economic stability has run its course.
By Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
Thousands of demonstrators have descended on Lima amid violent clashes with police. The protest movement could be taking cues from earlier mobilizations in neighboring Bolivia.
By Eduardo Gamarra, The Conversation
Some House Democrats are urging the Biden administration to suspend all U.S. aid to Peru over a “pattern of repression” of antigovernment protests that has resulted in more than 50 civilian deaths.
In our news wrap Wednesday, the man accused of killing seven people in Northern California made his first court appearance, a Virginia teacher who was shot by a first-grader says school officials were warned three times that day that the…
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