Peru's Guerrillas, Drugs Could Plunge The Country Back Into War

04/17/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

First the soldiers came to Río Seco, a coca-growing village in the lush mountain jungles of southern Peru. "They called us subversives and they opened fire," said Benedicto Cóndor, 55, a coca farmer. They shot dead four people at close range, including a woman who was five months pregnant, witnesses said. Two children, ages 6 and 1, disappeared and are believed dead.

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