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  • ** FILE ** A top leader of the once-powerful Shining Path rebel group, Comrade Artemio, whose given name is Florindo "Juan" Flores, center, is escorted by police officers outside a police hospital in Lima, Peru, Wednesday Feb. 22, 2012. Flores was captured by Peruvian troops on Sunday, Feb. 12, in the remote coca-growing Upper Huallaga Valley of central Peru. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)

    Peru guerrillas set aside rebellion for drug money

    A rebel army that struck fear in Peru in the 1980s has dropped its Maoist ideology and evolved into a multimillion-dollar cocaine-smuggling gang with suspected ties to Mexican drug cartels.


  • ** FILE ** Military officers carry the coffin containing the remains of police captain Nancy Flores at a police base in Callao, Peru, Friday April 13, 2012. Flores was killed while on board a helicopter that was searching for dozens of rebel-held hostages in Peru's Amazon jungle when it was attacked by gunfire Thursday. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)

    Shining Path on new road as drug smugglers

    A rebel army that struck fear in Peru in the 1980s has dropped its Maoist ideology and evolved into a multimillion-dollar, cocaine-smuggling gang with suspected ties to Mexican drug cartels.


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