Peru: Protesters protest planned arrival of 3,000 plus U.S. military personnel

Posted on August 24, 2015 • Filed under: Conflicts, Peru, Police/Military Activity, United States reported Peruvians marched in the capital city Lima to protest the planned arrival of more than 3,000 US military personnel and the continued US military intervention in the South American country, local media reported on Thursday. The march began from the Plaza San Martin in central Lima and moved to the US embassy. Demonstrators protested the government’s decision to allow the US to send 3,200 soldiers armed with weapons, ships, and planes to Peru, whose arrival is expected September 1, Prensa Latina news agency reported. Read Article

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