Assignment for Reuters
Posted by September 16, 2021on
In Peru's Andes, Shining Path leader's death stirs buried memories of terror.
"In Ñuñunhuaycco, a tiny village in the Peruvian Andes, residents relive almost daily a terror that once haunted them every time the sun went down.
Before dusk in the 1980s locals would often run into the hills in case brutal Shining Path militants came through in their long-running battle to topple the Peruvian state and impose their own Maoist brand of communism."
Full story on Reuters website.
Thank you Claudia Daut, Marcelo Rochabrun, Alfredo Galarza and Brian Harkin.