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August 27, 2009
Children hold the coffins of victims, who were killed in a massacre executed by the Army in Peru's southern...
Ayacucho, Peru
Children hold the coffins of victims during a funeral ceremony at Ayacucho city
Children hold the coffins of victims, who were killed in a massacre executed by the Army in Peru's southern village of Putis in 1984, during a funeral ceremony at Ayacucho city August 27, 2009. The remains of 92 people found in the biggest known mass grave in Peru after being slaughtered by Peru's Army during the 1980-2000 Civil War are being delivered to their families and will return to Putis for burial on Saturday. Villagers in Putis who survived the 1984 massacre say they were lured to a rocky pit by the Army to help build a community fishpond. The men, women and children from the Andean village had no idea they were digging their own mass grave. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU SOCIETY CONFLICT)
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