Alleged terrorist attack leaves at least 18 dead in central Peruvian jungle

According to Police Commander Cervantes, the attack caused the death of at least 16 people in an area of bars and brothels near a bank of the Ene river in an area dominated by drug trafficking.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - An alleged attack by a column of the Shining Path terrorist group has left at least 18 dead in the province of Satipo, in the Junin region, in the jungle valley of the Apurimac, Ene, and Mantaro rivers (VRAEM), police sources confirmed Monday, May 24.

According to Police Commander General Cesar Cervantes, the attack caused the death of at least ten men, six women, and two children in an area of bars and brothels near a bank of the Ene river in the area of San Miguel del Ene, one of the areas dominated by drug . . .

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