Peru Dirty War Victims Photo Essay

RESENDING FOR HIGHER QUALITY – In this Oct. 29, 2014 photo, Udilia Ciguria Curo, sitting behind, cries during the burial of her brother Hector Curo Palomino, who was killed over two decades ago, in Huallhua in Peru’s Ayahuanco region. Curo’s remains were exhumed and handed over to relatives only recently, allowing them to bury himContinue reading “Peru Dirty War Victims Photo Essay”

RESENDING FOR HIGHER QUALITY – In this Oct. 29, 2014 photo, Udilia Ciguria Curo, sitting behind, cries during the burial of her brother Hector Curo Palomino, who was killed over two decades ago, in Huallhua in Peru’s Ayahuanco region. Curo’s remains were exhumed and handed over to relatives only recently, allowing them to bury him properly years after he was killed defending their town so villagers could escape from Shining Path militants. He was in his 20s. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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