Peru’s Dirty War Victims

In this Oct. 27, 2014 photo, Eusebia Palomino Arona, 88, right, and her son-in-law Victor Crisostomo, left, stand next to the coffins of Eusebia’s son, Nestor Curo Palomino, as they pose for a portrait to document the funeral after Mass in Huallhua in Peru’s Ayahuanco region. Curo’s remains were exhumed last year and recently handed over to relatives, allowing them to bury him properly 24 years after he was killed on June 14, 1990 defending their town so villagers could escape from Shining Path militants. He was in his 20s. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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