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Peru has had a disturbing legacy of political violence and human rights violations. As a result, the National Security Archive has recently published forty-one declassified U.S. government documents, detailing human rights violations over the past 20 years in Peru. The documents record a progression of events through three Peruvian regimes (Presidents Fernando Belaunde, Alan Garcia, and Alberto Fujimori), highlighting key human rights abuses committed by government security forces and Peruvian insurgents. These documents have been declassified in response to the Freedom of Information Act requests filed by National Security Archive staff Lynda Davis and Tamara Feinstein.
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