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PERU-REBELS/
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April 15, 2012
Peru's police officers are seen during the arrival of the coffins of soldiers Juan Navarro and Constantino...
Lima, Peru
Peru's police officers are seen during the arrival of the coffins of soldiers and a policeman at an airport...
Peru's police officers are seen during the arrival of the coffins of soldiers Juan Navarro and Constantino Ramos and policeman Lander Tamari at an airport in Lima, April 15, 2012. Peru's Shining Path early on Saturday released 36 gas pipeline workers it took hostage six days ago in a remote jungle region in southern Peru, the government said, saying security forces had clashed with the rebels. Navarro, Ramos and Tamari were killed in the clashes in Cuzco. The Defense Ministry said the rebels let the workers go before dawn after they were circled by 1,500 security agents and tried to flee, in a victory for President Ollanta Humala, who fought the group while in the army in the 1990s. Officials said the hostages were safe and in good health. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST)
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