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Peru shining path kidnaps gas workers april 2012

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Peru's Shining Path rebels kidnapped at least a dozen gas workers, according to reports.
Shining Path rebels who kidnapped a group of gas workers in southern Peru on Monday are demanding $10 million in ransom for their release.
Peru's government said a group of gas workers kidnapped by Shining Path rebels on Monday has been freed.
Wounded officer who disappeared after clashes with rebels reunited with family
Peru's defense and interior ministers have resigned after public outcry over a failed security operation against Shining Path rebels.
Peru shining path kidnaps gas workers april 2012

A rickshaw taxi drives past a graffiti reading "Freedom for Abimael Guzman" in a neighborhood in the south end of Lima on September 16, 2011. Abimael Guzman, 76, is the historic leader of the bloody Maoist group Shining Path and serves a life sentence for terrorism. Rebels reportedly from the Shining Path kidnapped at least a dozen gas workers on April 9, 2012.

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