Peru: Roundup of the Left

In cities across Peru, doors burst open, troops tramped in, and leaders of the country's far left were hauled from their beds. The military junta that governs the country gave out no final totals, but the best estimate was that between 800 and 1,000 Communists and other troublemakers were rounded up last week. Some were questioned and released; most were held. According to the country's ruling junta. Peru was under immediate threat of Communist revolution in a plot financed by Moscow, masterminded from Prague and Havana, and controlled through a secret radio station near the Peru-Bolivia border.

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