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Chavez also acted as intermediary between the Iranian regime and a number of Latin American revolutionary groups, including the FARC in Colombia and the Sendero Luminoso in Peru.
The bill aims to stop groups such as the Movimiento por la Amnistia y los Derechos Fundmentales (MOVADEF), created three years ago (NotiSur, March 23, 2012), which calls for amnesty for Sendero Luminoso (SL) founder Abimael Guzman, serving a life sentence for terrorism (NotiSur, Oct.
He switched to halting English: "El Sendero Luminoso mean .
The brutal Maoist guerrilla group Sendero Luminoso, or Shining Path, has largely been defeated, but new threats have surfaced.
Remnants of the terrorist group Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path, or SL) in the Upper Huallaga Valley (UHV) and in the Apurimac and Ene River Valley (VRAE) are reliant on drug trafficking for funding and are also active in ambushing and killing police and military personnel.
This prioritization was especially true in the case of Sendero Luminoso where the national leadership attempted to reassert command and control of (without alienating) its branch in the Upper Hualaga Valley, a branch that was flush with coca profits.
com 69 mins The Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path), a Maoist group established in the 1970s by philosophy professor Abimael Guzman, was, in the early 1980s beginning to establish a base of operations in the Peruvian countryside --remote areas where the state had little or no presence.
Rosa Cuchillo, por su parte, sigue unos patrones narrativos en buena medida fantasticos y estructuralmente menos tradicionales que los de las otras dos novelas, pero posee una importante carga documental sobre la actividad terrorista, vivida tanto entre las filas de Sendero Luminoso como entre los campesinos.