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List of massacres in Peru

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List of massacres in Peru

The following is a list of massacres that have occurred in Peru (numbers may be approximate):

Name Date Location Deaths Notes
Accomarca massacre August 14, 1985 Accomarca, Ayacucho 47-74
Barrios Altos massacre November 3, 1991 Lima 15 4 injured
Putis massacre Diciembre, 1984 Putis 123
Lucanamarca massacre April 3, 1983 Lucanamarca 69
La Cantuta massacre July 18, 1992 Lima 10 9 students and a professor were killed by government-affiliated death squads.
Santa massacre May 2, 1992 Santa Province, Ancash Region 9
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