Peru: Battling the Castroites

For a month Castroite terrorists have been raising havoc in Peru's remote central highlands. One band of 60 men invaded two big cattle estates near Concepción, burned homes and barns, destroyed a dairy plant and dynamited two bridges nearby. Other guerrillas raided two police outposts, stole arms and ammunition, killed seven police before disappearing into the dense Andean jungles. Last week the terrorists carried their vicious little war to Lima itself. One night a small bomb exploded in Lima's fashionable Club Nacional and another erupted outside the nearby Crillon Hotel. Remarkably,...

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