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Shining Path leader: 'civil war' to continue  The top leader of rebels claimed responsibility for attacks that killed nine people   Police arrest rebel leader  Former army major Humala turned himself in while negotiating surrender   Peru seeks end to rebel siege
Peru's Shining Path leader sentenced Map of Lima Peru  A court in Peru has sentenced Florindo Flores, the last of the original leaders of the Shining Path rebels, to life in prison Peru captures rebel leader  Peruvian troops have captured Jose Eleuterio Flores Hala, known as Artemio, a leader of the Shining Path guerrilla group   Peru sets curfew after deadly clashes  A nervous calm settled over Peru, 3 days after clashes between indigenous citizens and national police left more than 30 dead Rebels kill 13 soldiers   Shining Path rebels made two ambushes in the south-east of the country; they had used dynamite and grenades to attack one military patrol   Fujimori denies death squad link  Former President denied in a second trial that he was aware of a military death squad even though he lived at army headquarters More troops for quake zone


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Dec.12
Aug.18
  Hundreds of extra soldiers have been ordered into areas devastated by massive earthquake to stem the rise in looting and unrest


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  The goverment forces are in position around a police station which has been seized by renegade army reservists

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  A state of emergency had been declared in a region where dozens of army reservists have seized a police station


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Aug.23   Torture of navy cadets investigated  Congress is investigating the torture after a broadcast a video of soldiers getting electric shocks and being beaten

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Jul.31 Toledo courts armed forces  After announcing a reorganization new President told commanders he wanted to work with them in rebuilding Peru Jul.17 Air force blamed for shoot-down  An report by U.S. officials into the shooting of missionary plane reveals that the Peruvian air force failed to follow procedures Apr.20 Missionary plane shut down
  The plane was shot down by a Peruvian Air Force plane. It had been mistaken for a drug trafficker's plane


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Dec.29   Fujimori's army chief arrested
  Authorities arrested the armed forces chief under Fujimori. He accused of helping ex-spy chief flee the country Nov.29 Ex-spy chief threatened coup
  Former Prime Minister testified that Montesinos threatened a military coup against Fujimori Nov.25 New government fires 15 generals  Shake-up was announced by newly appointed defense minister W. Ledesma
before year 2000
Jul. 24, 1783   Simon Bolivar born Map of Caracas Venezuela
  Venezuela: Played an instrumental role in the establishment of Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru and Colombia as sovereign states independent of Spain


Crime Main Event: More troops for quake zone
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1. 2013-06-07 Peru's Shining Path leader sentenced Lima, Peru
C. 2012-02-12 Peru captures rebel leader Peru
D. 2009-06-08 Peru sets curfew after deadly clashes Peru
E. 2009-04-11 Rebels kill 13 soldiers Ayacucho, Peru
5. 2007-12-12 Fujimori denies death squad link Peru
2007-08-18 More troops for quake zone Peru
H. 2005-08-28 Shining Path leader: 'civil war' to continue Peru
I. 2005-01-03 Police arrest rebel leader Peru
J. 2005-01-03 Peru seeks end to rebel siege Peru



    
    

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Air force blamed for shoot-down  An report by U.S. officials into the shooting of missionary plane reveals that the Peruvian air force failed to follow procedures Missionary plane shut down




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  The plane was shot down by a Peruvian Air Force plane. It had been mistaken for a drug trafficker's plane




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2007 Dec.12   Fujimori denies death squad link  Former President denied in a second trial that he was aware of a military death squad even though he lived at army headquarters



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2013 Jun.7 Peru's Shining Path leader sentenced Map of Lima Peru  A court in Peru has sentenced Florindo Flores, the last of the original leaders of the Shining Path rebels, to life in prison 2012 Feb.12 Peru captures rebel leader  Peruvian troops have captured Jose Eleuterio Flores Hala, known as Artemio, a leader of the Shining Path guerrilla group 2009 Jun.8   Peru sets curfew after deadly clashes  A nervous calm settled over Peru, 3 days after clashes between indigenous citizens and national police left more than 30 dead Apr.11 Rebels kill 13 soldiers   Shining Path rebels made two ambushes in the south-east of the country; they had used dynamite and grenades to attack one military patrol 2005 Aug.28 Shining Path leader: 'civil war' to continue  The top leader of rebels claimed responsibility for attacks that killed nine people Jan.3   Police arrest rebel leader  Former army major Humala turned himself in while negotiating surrender Jan.3   Peru seeks end to rebel siege
  The goverment forces are in position around a police station which has been seized by renegade army reservists
Jan.2 4 police killed in shootout  A group of nationalist dissidents who seized a police station demand President Alejandro Toledo's resignation Jan.1 Emergency declared
  A state of emergency had been declared in a region where dozens of army reservists have seized a police station
2000 Nov.29 Ex-spy chief threatened coup  Former Prime Minister testified that Montesinos threatened a military coup against Fujimori



Peru, War & Army Ground Forces Timeline ... See World Ground Forces timeline Top ^
2007 Aug.18 More troops for quake zone
  Hundreds of extra soldiers have been ordered into areas devastated by massive earthquake to stem the rise in looting and unrest
2002 Aug.23 Torture of navy cadets investigated  Congress is investigating the torture after a broadcast a video of soldiers getting electric shocks and being beaten 2001 Jul.31 Toledo courts armed forces  After announcing a reorganization new President told commanders he wanted to work with them in rebuilding Peru 2000 Dec.29   Fujimori's army chief arrested  Authorities arrested the armed forces chief under Fujimori. He accused of helping ex-spy chief flee the country



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2000 Nov.25 New government fires 15 generals  Shake-up was announced by newly appointed defense minister W. Ledesma 1889 Jul. 24, 1783   Simon Bolivar born
Map of Caracas Venezuela
  Venezuela: Played an instrumental role in the establishment of Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru and Colombia as sovereign states independent of Spain