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PERU PANIAGUA
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October 16, 2006
Former Peru's President Valentin Paniagua is seen in this November 22, 2000 file photo in Lima. Paniagua,...
Lima, Peru
File photo of Former Perus President Valentin Paniagua in Lima
Former Peru's President Valentin Paniagua is seen in this November 22, 2000 file photo in Lima. Paniagua, who helped stabilize Peru after a huge corruption scandal felled his predecessor in 2000, died on Monday after a heart - and lung - related illness, his doctors said. Picture taken November 22, 2000. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares/Files (PERU)
PERU PANIAGUA
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October 16, 2006
Former Peru's President Valentin Paniagua (L) and former U.N. General Secretary Javier Perez de Cuellar...
Lima, Peru
File photo of former Peru President Valentin Paniagua in Lima
Former Peru's President Valentin Paniagua (L) and former U.N. General Secretary Javier Perez de Cuellar are seen in this November 24, 2000 file photo in Lima. Paniagua, who helped stabilize Peru after a huge corruption scandal felled his predecessor in 2000, died on Monday after a heart - and lung - related illness, his doctors said. Picture taken November 24, 2000. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU)
PERU ELECTION
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April 04, 2006
A man wearing a mask depicting Peru's Presidential candidate Valentin Paniagua of Frente de Centro Party...
Trujillo, Peru
A man wearing a mask depicting Peru's Presidential candidate Valentin Paniagua stands next to Plaza de...
A man wearing a mask depicting Peru's Presidential candidate Valentin Paniagua of Frente de Centro Party stands next to Plaza de Armas square in Trujillo, north of Lima, April 4, 2006. Peruvians will go to the polls in the first round of presidential elections on Monday. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
PANIAGUA
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July 28, 2001
Outgoing Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua waves goodbye to Congress after he turned in his presidential...
Lima, Peru
Outgoing Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua waves goodbye to Congress after he turned in his pres.....
Outgoing Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua waves goodbye to Congress after he turned in his presidential red-and-white sash during the inauguration ceremony in Lima, July 28, 2001. [Alejandro Toledo, a centrist economist who has pledged to "put Peru to work," was sworn in as president on Saturday in a solemn ceremony in Congress attended by leaders from Latin America and beyond. ]
PERU INAUGURATION
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July 28, 2001
Outgoing Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua waves goodbye to Congress
after he turned in his presidential...
Lima, Peru - Republic of
OUTGOING PRESIDENT VALENTIN PANIAGUA WAVES AFTER LEAVING.
Outgoing Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua waves goodbye to Congress
after he turned in his presidential red-and-white sash during the
inauguration ceremony in Lima, July 28, 2001. Alejandro Toledo, a
centrist economist who has pledged to "put Peru to work," was sworn in
as president on Saturday in a solemn ceremony in Congress attended by
leaders from Latin America and beyond.

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PERU INAUGURATION
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July 28, 2001
Outgoing Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (R) and Prime Minister
Javier Perez de Cuellar arrive...
Lima, Peru - Republic of
PRESIDENT PANIAGUA AND PRIME MINISTER PEREZ DE CUELAR ARRIVE AT
CONGRESS.
Outgoing Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (R) and Prime Minister
Javier Perez de Cuellar arrive at Congress to attend Peruvian President
Alejandro Toledo's inauguration ceremony, in Lima July 28, 2001. Peru's
protester-turned-President Alejandro Toledo took office on Saturday,
vowing to beat crushing poverty in a "new dawn of irrevocable
democracy.

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PERU INAUGURATION
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July 27, 2001
Bolivian Vice-president Jorge Quiroga (L) talks to Peruvian President
Valentin Paniagua at the government...
Lima, Peru - Republic of
BOLIVIAN VICE-PRESIDENT JORGE QUIROGA AND PERUVIAN PRESIDENT PANIAGUA.
Bolivian Vice-president Jorge Quiroga (L) talks to Peruvian President
Valentin Paniagua at the government palace in Lima July 27, 2001.
Quiroga arrived in Peru after his government announced that Bolivian
president Hugo Banzer would resign on August 6 after being diagnosed
with lung and liver cancer. Under Bolivian's constitution Quiroga, who
was temporarily given Banzer's constitutional powers when Banzer flew
to the United States on July 1 for treatment is due to succeed Banzer.

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PANIAGUA
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July 16, 2001
Peru's outgoing President Valentin Paniagua speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lima's government...
Lima, Peru
Peru's outgoing President Valentin Paniagua speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lima's govern.....
Peru's outgoing President Valentin Paniagua speaks during an interview with Reuters in Lima's government palace, July 16, 2001. [Paniagua says he is proud of his achievements but his successor Alejandro Toledo, who takes office July 28, faces an "immense task." ]
PERU PANIAGUA
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July 16, 2001
Peru's outgoing President Valentin Paniagua speaks during an interview
with Reuters in Lima's government...
Lima, Peru
PERUS OUTGOING PRESIDENT PANIAGUA DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS IN
LIMA.
Peru's outgoing President Valentin Paniagua speaks during an interview
with Reuters in Lima's government palace, July 16, 2001. Paniagua says
he is proud of his achievements but his successor Alejandro Toledo, who
takes office July 28, faces an "immense task.

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PERU PANIAGUA
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July 16, 2001
Peru's outgoing President Valentin Paniagua speaks during an interview
with Reuters in Lima's government...
Lima, Peru
PERU'S OUTGOING PRESIDENT PANIAGUA DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS IN
LIMA.
Peru's outgoing President Valentin Paniagua speaks during an interview
with Reuters in Lima's government palace, July 16, 2001. Paniagua says
he is proud of his achievements but his successor Alejandro Toledo, who
takes office July 28, faces an "immense task.

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PERU INAUGURATION
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June 27, 2001
Bolivian Vice-president Jorge Quiroga (L) talks to Peruvian President
Valentin Paniagua at the government...
Lima, Peru - Republic of
BOLIVIAN VICE-PRESIDENT JORGE QUIROGA AND PERUVIAN PRESIDENT PANIAGUA.
Bolivian Vice-president Jorge Quiroga (L) talks to Peruvian President
Valentin Paniagua at the government palace in Lima June 27, 2001.
Quiroga arrived in Peru after his government announced that Bolivian
president Hugo Banzer would resign on August 6 after being diagnosed
with lung and liver cancer. Under Bolivian's constitution Quiroga, who
was temporarily given Banzer's constitutional powers when Banzer flew
to the United States on July 1 for treatment is due to succeed Banzer.

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PERU TOLEDO
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June 05, 2001
Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (L) greets President-elect Alejandro Toledo in the government palace...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT PANIAGUA GREETS PRESIDENT-ELECT TOLEDO.
Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (L) greets President-elect Alejandro Toledo in the government palace June 5, 2001. Peruvians wearied by extended political upheaval, voted June 3 for Toledo in hope that he lives up to pledges to create jobs and clean up corruption.

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PERU TOLEDO
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June 05, 2001
Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (L) and President-elect Alejandro Toledo embrace in the government...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT PANIAGUA AND PRESIDENT-ELECT TOLEDO EMBRACE.
Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (L) and President-elect Alejandro Toledo embrace in the government palace, JUne 5, 2001. Peruvians wearied by extended political upheaval, voted for Toledo on June 3 in hope that he lives up to pledges to create jobs and clean up corruption.

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PERU TOLEDO
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June 05, 2001
Peruvian President-elect Alejandro Toledo waves as he arrives at the government palace to visit President...
Lima, Peru
PRESIDENT-ELECT ALEJANDRO TOLEDO VISITS GOVERNMENT PALACE IN LIMA.
Peruvian President-elect Alejandro Toledo waves as he arrives at the government palace to visit President Valentin Paniagua in Lima, June 5, 2001. Peruvians, wearied by extended political upheaval, voted for Toledo in hope that he lives up to pledges to create jobs and clean up corruption.

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PERU ELECTIONS
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June 05, 2001
Peruvian President-elect Alejandro Toledo (L) and his vice-president Javier Diez Canseco (R) arrive at...
Lima, Peru
ALEJANDRO TOLEDO AND HIS VICE-PRESIDENT DIEZ CANSECO.
Peruvian President-elect Alejandro Toledo (L) and his vice-president Javier Diez Canseco (R) arrive at government palace to visit President Valentin Paniagua in Lima, June 5, 2001. Peruvians wearied by extended political upheaval voted for Toledo in hope that he lives up to pledges to create jobs and clean up corruption.

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PERU PASTRANA
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May 07, 2001
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (L) accompanied by Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua gives...
Lima, Peru
COLOMBIA'S PRESIDENT PASTRANA ACCOMPANIED BY PERU'S PANIAGUA GIVES A PRESS CONFERENCE IN LIMA.
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (L) accompanied by Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua gives a press conference at the government palace in Lima, May 7, 2001. Pastrana is the first foreign head of state to visit Peru since the administration took over after the fall of former President Alberto Fujimori last November amid a corruption scandal sparked by his spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos.

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PERU PASTRANA
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May 07, 2001
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (L), Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua (C) and Peru's Prime...
Lima, Peru
COLOMBIAS PRESIDENT PASTRANA AND PERUS PANIAGUA SIGN AGREEMENTS IN LIMA.
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (L), Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua (C) and Peru's Prime Minister Javier Perez De Cuellar sign bilateral agreements at the government palace in Lima, May 7, 2001. Pastrana is the first foreign head of state to visit Peru since the administration took over after the fall of former President Alberto Fujimori last November amid a corruption scandal sparked by his spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos.

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PERU PASTRANA
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May 07, 2001
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (L) and Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua attend a ceremony...
Lima, Peru
COLOMBIA'S PRESIDENT PASTRANA AND PERU'S PANIAGUA ATTEND CEREMONY IN LIMA.
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (L) and Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua attend a ceremony at the government palace in Lima, May 7, 2001. Pastrana is the first foreign head of state to visit Peru since the administration took over after the fall of former President Alberto Fujimori last November amid a corruption scandal sparked by his spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos.

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PERU PASTRANA
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May 07, 2001
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (L) and Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua sign bilateral...
Lima, Peru
COLOMBIA'S PRESIDENT PASTRANA AND PERU'S PANIAGUA SIGN AGREEMENTS IN LIMA.
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (L) and Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua sign bilateral agreements at the government palace in Lima, May 7, 2001. Pastrana is the first foreign head of state to visit Peru since the administration took over after the fall of former President Alberto Fujimori last November amid a corruption scandal sparked by his spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos.

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PERU
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May 06, 2001
(L-R) Colombian first lady Nora Puyana, President Andres Pastrana, Peru's President Valentin Paniagua...
Lima, Peru
(L-R) Colombian first lady Nora Puyana, President Andres Pastrana, Peru's President Valentin Paniagu.....
(L-R) Colombian first lady Nora Puyana, President Andres Pastrana, Peru's President Valentin Paniagua and his wife Nilda Jara pause during Pastrana arrivel at Lima's international airport, May 6, 2001. Pastrana starts a two-day official visit to Peru today.
PERU COLOMBIA
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May 06, 2001
(L-R) Colombian first lady Nora Puyana, President Andres Pastrana, Peru's President Valentin Paniagua...
Lima, Peru
COLOMBIAN PRESIDENT PASTRANA AND HIS WIFE POSES WITH PERU'S PRESIDENT PANIAGUA AND HIS WIFE.
(L-R) Colombian first lady Nora Puyana, President Andres Pastrana, Peru's President Valentin Paniagua and his wife Nilda Jara pause during Pastrana arrivel at Lima's international airport, May 6, 2001. Pastrana starts a two-day official visit to Peru today.

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PERU COLOMBIA
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May 06, 2001
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (R) and Peru's President Valentin Paniagua walk past an honor guard...
Lima, Peru
COLOMBIAN PRESIDENT PASTRANA AND PRESIDENT PANIAGUA PAST AN HONOR GUARD IN LIMA.
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (R) and Peru's President Valentin Paniagua walk past an honor guard after Pastrana arrives in Lima's international airport, May 6, 2001. Pastrana starts a two-day official visit to Peru today.

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PERU COLOMBIA
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May 06, 2001
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (R) talks with Peru's President Valentin Paniagua as he arrives at...
Lima, Peru
COLOMBIAN PRESIDENT PASTRANA TALKS WITH PERU'S PRESIDENT PANIAGUA AS HE ARRIVES TO LIMA.
Colombian President Andres Pastrana (R) talks with Peru's President Valentin Paniagua as he arrives at Lima's international airport, May 6, 2001. Pastrana starts a two-day official visit to Peru today.

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PERU MILITARY
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April 18, 2001
New Peruvian armed forces chief Miguel Angel Medina review troops during a swearing-in ceremony in Lima,...
Lima, Peru
NEW PERUVIAN ARMED FORCES CHIEF MIGUEL ANGEL MEDINA REVIEW TROOPS DURING CEREMONY IN LIMA.
New Peruvian armed forces chief Miguel Angel Medina review troops during a swearing-in ceremony in Lima, April 18, 2001. Peru swore in new military chiefs today, just hours after purging its top brass amid a scandal centering on disgraced ex-president Alberto Fujimori. Peru's interim president Valentin Paniagua accepted the resignation of army, navy and air forces chiefs after they were exposed for secretly backing Fujimori before his fall.

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PERU PANIAGUA
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March 06, 2001
Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua gives a press conference at the government palace in Lima, March...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT PANIAGUA GIVES A PRESS CONFERENCE IN LIMA.
Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua gives a press conference at the government palace in Lima, March 6, 2001. Panagua said the government would do everything possible to capture ex-spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos, in hiding and accused of running a mafia which extorted courts and businesses during former President Alberto Fujimori's rule.

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PANIAGUA
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February 07, 2001
Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua speaks during a press conference at the presidential palace...
Lima, Peru
Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua speaks during a press conference at the presidential pala.....
Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua speaks during a press conference at the presidential palace in Lima, February 7, 2001. [Paniagua urged the authorities to make the so called "Vladivideos", films secretly taped by fugitive former spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos showing meetings with politicians, judges and business leaders, open to the public before the April 8 elections so voters can make up their minds who is clean and who is not.]
PERU PANIAGUA
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February 07, 2001
Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua speaks during a press conference at the presidential palace...
Lima, Peru
PERU'S INTERIM PRESIDENT PANIAGUA SPEAKS DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE IN LIMA.
Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua speaks during a press conference at the presidential palace in Lima, February 7, 2001. Paniagua urged the authorities to make the so called "Vladivideos", films secretly taped by fugitive former spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos showing meetings with politicians, judges and business leaders, open to the public before the April 8 elections so voters can make up their minds who is clean and who is not.

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PERU PANIAGUA
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February 07, 2001
Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua (R) and Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar at a press...
Lima, Peru
PERU'S INTERIM PRESIDENT PANIAGUA AT PRESS CONFERENCE IN LIMA.
Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua (R) and Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar at a press conference at the presidential palace in Lima, February 7, 2001. Paniagua urged authorities to make public the so-called "Vladivideos", films secretly taped by fugitive former spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos showing meetings with politicians, judges and business leaders, before the April 8 election so voters can make up their minds who is clean and who is not.

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PERU
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January 16, 2001
OAS head Cesar Gaviria, of Colombia, greets presidential military attache (out of picture) while palace...
Lima, Peru
OAS HEAD CESAR GAVIRIA ARRIVES AT PRESIDENTIAL PALACE IN LIMA.
OAS head Cesar Gaviria, of Colombia, greets presidential military attache (out of picture) while palace guard looks on at the gates of government Palace, January 16,2000. Gaviria arrived on Monday night for talks with the interim government of President Valentin Paniagua over democratic reforms. The talks will last for two days.

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PERU
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December 16, 2000
Renegade army commader Lt. Col. Ollanta Humala waves as he arrives in Lima, December 16, 2000. Humala,...
Lima, Peru
RENEGADE ARMY COMMADER OLLANTA HUMALA ARRIVES IN LIMA.
Renegade army commader Lt. Col. Ollanta Humala waves as he arrives in Lima, December 16, 2000. Humala, who led a small-scale uprising in the southern Andes, challenging ex-President Alberto Fujimori's authority and demanding the imprisonment of spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos in late October, made his first public appearance since the rebellion to meet with President Valentin Paniagua.

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PERU PANIAGUA
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December 07, 2000
Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua (R) shakes hands with Defense Minister Walter Ledesma (L)...
Lima, Peru
PERU'S INTERIM PRESIDENT PANIAGUA SHAKE HANDS WITH MINISTER LEDESMA.
Peru's interim President Valentin Paniagua (R) shakes hands with Defense Minister Walter Ledesma (L) during a ceremony at the government palace to honor him as commander-in-chief of the armed forces in Lima, December 7, 2000.

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PERU PANIAGUA
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December 07, 2000
(L-R) Commander of the Air Forces General Francisco Carbone, Defense Minister Walter Ledesma, Peru's...
Lima, Peru
PERU'S INTERIM PRESIDENT PANIAGUA ACCOMPANIED BY MINISTERS DURING A CEREMONY IN LIMA.
(L-R) Commander of the Air Forces General Francisco Carbone, Defense Minister Walter Ledesma, Peru's Interim President Valentin Paniagua, Interior Minister Antonio Ketin Vidal and Commander of the Navy Admiral Victor Ramos pose after a ceremony at the government palace to honor Paniagua as commander-in-chief of the armed forces in Lima, December 7, 2000.

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PERU
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November 25, 2000
General Ketin Vidal (L) prepares to be sworn in as Interior minister as new ministers watch (L-R) Javier...
Lima, Peru
General Ketin Vidal (L) prepares to be sworn in as Interior minister as new ministers watch (L-R) Ja.....
General Ketin Vidal (L) prepares to be sworn in as Interior minister as new ministers watch (L-R) Javier Perez de Cuellar (Prime minister and Foreign), former general Walter Ledesma (Defense) and Javier Silva (Economy) at the government palace in Lima, November 25, 2000. General Ketin Vidal was once a popular hero in Peru when as head of the police's anti-terrorism unit he captured Shining Path rebel leader Abimael Guzman in 1992. President Valentin Paniagua swore in a new cabinet of mostly middle-of-the-road figures expected to bring cross-party support to the interim government , which aims to hand over power to an elected president in July.
PANIAGUA
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November 25, 2000
New Peru's President Valentin Paniagua waves to supporters during a swearing in ceremony in the presidential...
Lima, Peru
New Peru's President Valentin Paniagua waves to supporters during a swearing in ceremony in the pres.....
New Peru's President Valentin Paniagua waves to supporters during a swearing in ceremony in the presidential palace in Lima, November 25, 2000. Paniagua swore in a new cabinet of mostly middle-of-the-road figures expected to bring cross-party support to the interim government, which aims to hand over power to an elected president in July .
PERU
RTXK5KI
November 25, 2000
President Valentin Paniagua (L) swears in Former U.N. Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar as prime...
Lima, Peru
President Valentin Paniagua (L) swears in Former U.N. Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar as p.....
President Valentin Paniagua (L) swears in Former U.N. Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar as prime and foreign minister at a ceremony in the presidential palace in Lima, November 25, 2000. The 80-year-old Perez de Cuellar is considered as something of an elder statesman and above the fray of Peruvian politics. Paniagua swore in a new cabinet mostly middle-of-the-road figures expected to bring cross-party support to the interim government, which aims to hand over power to an elected president in July .
PERU CABINET
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November 25, 2000
General Ketin Vidal (L) prepares to be sworn in as Interior minister as new ministers watch (L-R) Javier...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT VALENTIN PANIAGUA 'S NEW CABINET DURING SWEARING IN CEREMONY.
General Ketin Vidal (L) prepares to be sworn in as Interior minister as new ministers watch (L-R) Javier Perez de Cuellar (Prime minister and Foreign), former general Walter Ledesma (Defense) and Javier Silva (Economy) at the government palace in Lima, November 25, 2000. General Ketin Vidal was once a popular hero in Peru when as head of the police's anti-terrorism unit he captured Shining Path rebel leader Abimael Guzman in 1992. President Valentin Paniagua swore in a new cabinet of mostly middle-of-the-road figures expected to bring cross-party support to the interim government, which aims to hand over power to an elected president in July.

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PERU CABINET
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November 25, 2000
New Peru's President Valentin Paniagua waves to supporters during a swearing in ceremony in the presidential...
Lima, Peru
NEW PERU'S PRESIDENT VALENTIN PANIAGUA WAVES DURING SWEARING IN CEREMONY IN GOVERNMENT PALACE.
New Peru's President Valentin Paniagua waves to supporters during a swearing in ceremony in the presidential palace in Lima, November 25, 2000. Paniagua swore in a new cabinet of mostly middle-of-the-road figures expected to bring cross-party support to the interim government, which aims to hand over power to an elected president in July.

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PERU CABINET
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November 25, 2000
Peruvian new economy minister Javier Silva embraces President Valentin Paniagua (L) after being swore...
Lima, Peru
NEW ECONOMY MINISTER JAVIER SILVA EMBRACES PRESIDENT PANIAGUA AFTER SWERING IN CEREMONY.
Peruvian new economy minister Javier Silva embraces President Valentin Paniagua (L) after being swore in as Economy minister at the presidential palace in Lima, November 25, 2000. Paniagua swore in a new cabinet of mostly middle-of-the-road figures expected to bring cross-party support to the interim government, which aims to hand over power to an elected president in July.

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PERU CABINET
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November 25, 2000
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT VALENTIN PANIAGUA SWEARS IN EX-U.N. HEAD JAVIER PEREZ DE CUELLAR AS PRIME AND FOREIGN...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT VALENTIN PANIAGUA SWEARS IN EX-U.N. HEAD JAVIER PEREZ DE CUELLAR AS PRIME AND ...
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT VALENTIN PANIAGUA SWEARS IN EX-U.N. HEAD JAVIER PEREZ DE CUELLAR AS PRIME AND FOREIGN MINISTER.


President Valentin Paniagua (L) swears in Former U.N. Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar as prime and foreign minister at a ceremony in the presidential palace in Lima, November 25, 2000. The 80-year-old Perez de Cuellar is considered as something of an elder statesman and above the fray of Peruvian politics. Paniagua swore in a new cabinet mostly middle-of-the-road figures expected to bring cross-party support to the interim government, which aims to hand over power to an elected president in July.
PERU CABINET
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November 25, 2000
Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (R) poses with new ministers (L-R) Interior-Ketin Vidal, Economy-Javier...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT VALENTIN PANIAGUA AND NEW CABINET POSED AFTER SWEARING IN CEREMONY.
Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (R) poses with new ministers (L-R) Interior-Ketin Vidal, Economy-Javier Silva, Defense-Gen. Walter Ledesma, and Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar after the swearing ceremony in government palace in Lima, November 25,2000. Paniagua swore in a new cabinet of mostly middle-of-the-road figures expected to bring cross-party support to the interim government, which aims to hand over power to an elected president in July.

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PERU CABINET
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November 25, 2000
Former U.N. Secretary General and New Peruvian Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar (R) embraces President...
Lima, Peru
EX-U.N. HEAD AND NEW PERUVIAN PRIME MINISTER PEREZ DE CUELLAR EMBRACES PRESIDENT PANIAGUA.
Former U.N. Secretary General and New Peruvian Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar (R) embraces President Valentin Paniagua after being swore in as prime minister and foreign minister at a ceremony in the presidential palace in Lima, November 25, 2000. Paniagua swore in a new cabinet of mostly middle-of-the-road figures expected to bring cross-party support to the interim government, which aims to hand over power to an elected president in July.

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PERU
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November 24, 2000
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (3rd L) and Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar (2nd R) receive...
Lima, Peru
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (3rd L) and Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar (2nd R) .....
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (3rd L) and Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar (2nd R) receive a washed flag from a group of anti ex- president [Alberto Fujimori ] protestors named La Resistencia during celebrations at the government palace, November 24, 2000. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 [after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power. ]
PERU CRISIS
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November 24, 2000
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (R) receives a washed flag from a group of anti ex-president...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT PANIAGUA RECEIVES PERUVIAN FLAG IN GOVERNMENT PALACE.
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (R) receives a washed flag from a group of anti ex-president Alberto Fujimori protestors named La Resistencia during celebrations in government palace, November 24, 2000. Anti ex-president Alberto Fujimori protest have washed Peruvian flags in the square every friday since Fujimori won elections in a controvertial May vote. On friday they washed flags, dried them and ironed them saying their job was done. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power.

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PERU CRISIS
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November 24, 2000
Peruvian opposition leader Alejandro Toledo (L) talks to supporters accompanied by his wife Eliane Karp...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN LEADER ALEJANDRO TOLEDO AND HIS WIFE ELIANE KARP TALK TO SUPPORTERS.
Peruvian opposition leader Alejandro Toledo (L) talks to supporters accompanied by his wife Eliane Karp during celebrations for the new government outside government palace, November 24, 2000. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power.

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PERU CRISIS
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November 24, 2000
Peruvian leader and Alejandro Toledo (L) talks to supporters accompanied by his wife Eliane Karp during...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN LEADER ALEJANDRO TOLEDO AND HIS WIFE ELIANE KARP TALK TO SUPPORTERS.
Peruvian leader and Alejandro Toledo (L) talks to supporters accompanied by his wife Eliane Karp during celebrations for the new government outside government palace, November 24, 2000. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power.

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PERU CRISIS
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November 24, 2000
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (R) receives a washed flag from a group of anti ex-president...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT PANIAGUA RECEIVES PERUVIAN FLAG IN GOVERNMENT PALACE.
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (R) receives a washed flag from a group of anti ex-president Alberto Fujimori protestors named La Resistencia during celebrations in government palace, November 24, 2000. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power.

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PERU CRISIS
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November 24, 2000
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (C) and Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar ( R) receive...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT PANIAGUA AND NEW PRIME MINISTER PEREZ DE CUELLAR RECEIVE PERUVIAN FLAG.
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua (C) and Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar ( R) receive a washed flag from a group of anti ex-president Alberto Fujimori protestors named La Resistencia during celebrations in government palace, November 24, 2000. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power.

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November 24, 2000
Jubilants supporters of new President Valentin Paniagua release dozens of ballons carrying a red and...
Lima, Peru
SUPPORTERS OF NEW PRESIDENT PANIAGUA RELEASE BALLONS OUTSIDE PALACE.
Jubilants supporters of new President Valentin Paniagua release dozens of ballons carrying a red and white Peruvian flag outside government palace, November 24, 2000. Anti ex-president Alberto Fujimori protestors have washed Peruvian flags in the square every Friday since Fujimori won elections in a controvertial May vote. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power.

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November 23, 2000
New Peruvian Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar waves as he arrives in Lima, November 23, 2000. President...
Lima, Peru
NEW PERUVIAN PRIME MINISTER PEREZ DE CUELLAR ARRIVES IN LIMA.
New Peruvian Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar waves as he arrives in Lima, November 23, 2000. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power. Paniagua named Perez de Cuellar, a veteran diplomat and former United Nations Secretary-General, who unsuccessfully challenged ousted ex-leader Fujimori for the presidency in 1995, as the new prime minister at the head of a cabinet of 'unity and nation reconciliation ".

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November 23, 2000
Former U.N. Secretary General and New Peruvian Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar (C) accompanied...
Lima, Peru
EX-U.N. HEAD AND NEW PERUVIAN PRIME MINISTER PEREZ DE CUELLAR.
Former U.N. Secretary General and New Peruvian Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar (C) accompanied by a military officer arrives at the government palace, November 23, 2000. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power. Paniagua named Perez de Cuellar, a veteran diplomat who unsuccessfully challenged ousted ex-leader Fujimori for the presidency in 1995, as new prime minister at the head of a cabinet of 'unity and nation reconciliation.

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November 23, 2000
New Peruvian Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar talks to reporters after his arrival to Lima, November...
Lima, Peru
NEW PERUVIAN PRIME MINISTER PEREZ DE CUELLAR ARRIVES IN LIMA.
New Peruvian Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar talks to reporters after his arrival to Lima, November 23, 2000. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power. Paniagua named Perez de Cuellar, a veteran diplomat who unsuccessfully challenged ousted ex-leader Fujimori for the presidency in 1995, as new prime minister at the head of a cabinet of 'unity and nation reconciliation ".

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November 23, 2000
New Peruvian Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar talks to reporters after his arrival to Lima, November...
Lima, Peru
NEW PERUVIAN PRIME MINISTER PEREZ DE CUELLAR ARRIVES IN LIMA.
New Peruvian Prime Minister Javier Perez de Cuellar talks to reporters after his arrival to Lima, November 23, 2000. President Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power. Paniagua named Perez de Cuellar, a veteran diplomat and former United Nations Secretary-General, as the new prime minister at the head of a cabinet of 'unity and nation reconciliation ".

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November 23, 2000
" The mafia has gone, trial for Fujimori", November 23, 2000. New president Valentin Paniagua took office...
Lima, Peru
A SOLDIER STANDS NEAR GRAFFITTI ON THE WALL OF PERU'S PRESIDENTIAL PALACE.
" The mafia has gone, trial for Fujimori", November 23, 2000. New president Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power.

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November 23, 2000
"The mafia has gone, trial for Fujimori", November 23, 2000. New president Valentin Paniagua took office...
Lima, Peru
A WOMAN WALKS PAST A GRAFFITTI ON THE WALL OF PERU'S PRESIDENTIAL PALACE.
"The mafia has gone, trial for Fujimori", November 23, 2000. New president Valentin Paniagua took office November 22 after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power.

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PANIAGUA
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November 22, 2000
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua waves to supporters from the balcony of the presidential palace...
Lima, Peru
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua waves to supporters from the balcony of the presidential pa.....
New Peruvian President Valentin Paniagua waves to supporters from the balcony of the presidential palace soon after being sworn in before Congress November 22, 2000. Paniagua took office to replace [Alberto Fujimori], putting an end to the country's worst political crisis in many years. ??» IMAGE
PEREZ DE CUELLAR
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November 22, 2000
- FILE PHOTO 1995 - Peruvian Javier Perez de Cuellar, former Secretary General of the United Nations...
Puno, Peru
- FILE PHOTO 1995 - Peruvian Javier Perez de Cuellar, former Secretary General of the United Nations.....
- FILE PHOTO 1995 - Peruvian Javier Perez de Cuellar, former Secretary General of the United Nations and past candidate for president of Peru, is seen in this 1995 file photo. [Perez de Cuellar was named as his country's new Prime Minister by President Valentin Paniagua on November 21, 2000, Paniagua took office to replace Alberto Fujimori, putting an end to the country's worst political crisis in many years.]
PANIAGUA
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November 22, 2000
New Peruvian president, Valentin Paniagua, speaks to supporters from the balcony of the presidential...
Lima, Peru
New Peruvian president, Valentin Paniagua, speaks to supporters from the balcony of the presidential.....
New Peruvian president, Valentin Paniagua, speaks to supporters from the balcony of the presidential palace soon after being sworn in before Congress, November 22, 2000. Paniagua took office to replace [Alberto Fujimori], putting an end to the country's worst political crisis in many years.
PANIAGUA
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November 22, 2000
New Peruvian president, Valentin Paniagua, waves to supporters from the balcony of the presidential palace...
Lima, Peru
New Peruvian president, Valentin Paniagua, waves to supporters from the balcony of the presidential .....
New Peruvian president, Valentin Paniagua, waves to supporters from the balcony of the presidential palace soon after being sworn in before Congress, November 22, 2000. Paniagua took office to replace [Alberto Fujimori], putting an end to the country's worst political crisis in many years.
PERU CRISIS
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November 22, 2000
Peruvians celebrate the arrival of the new President Valentin Paniagua to Lima's government palace, November...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIANS CELEBRATE AS NEW PRESIDENT PANIAGUA ARRIVES.
Peruvians celebrate the arrival of the new President Valentin Paniagua to Lima's government palace, November 22, 2000. Paniagua took office after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power.

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November 22, 2000
New Peruvian President, Valentin Paniagua (R), greets Interior Minister Walter Chacon and other military...
Lima, Peru
PERUVIAN PRESIDENT PANIAGUA GREETS INTERIOR MINISTER WALTER CHACON.
New Peruvian President, Valentin Paniagua (R), greets Interior Minister Walter Chacon and other military officers, in the government palace, November 22, 2000. Paniagua took office after President Alberto Fujimori resigned and was declared "morally unfit" by Congress to remain in power.

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