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Demonstrators outside Avenida de Pierola, in Lima, Peru, on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022, where Police and mIlitary have taken the streets. Since the 7th of December, 14 civilian have died during protests. The majority have died because of guns and bird shots used by the Peruvian police. Also, more than a hundred of civilians and another hundred policeman are injured. "Roadblocks and vandalism across swathes of the Andean nation need a forceful response,” Defense Minister Alberto Otarola told reporters at the presidential palace in Lima on Wednesday ahead of the formal issuance of the emergency decree. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Demonstrators outside Avenida de Pierola, in Lima, Peru, on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022, where Police and mIlitary have taken the streets. Since the 7th of December, 14 civilian have died during protests. The majority have died because of guns and bird shots used by the Peruvian police. Also, more than a hundred of civilians and another hundred policeman are injured. "Roadblocks and vandalism across swathes of the Andean nation need a forceful response,” Defense Minister Alberto Otarola told reporters at the presidential palace in Lima on Wednesday ahead of the formal issuance of the emergency decree. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Demonstrators outside Avenida de Pierola, in Lima, Peru, on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022, where Police and mIlitary have taken the streets. Since the 7th of December, 14 civilian have died during protests. The majority have died because of guns and bird shots used by the Peruvian police. Also, more than a hundred of civilians and another hundred policeman are injured. "Roadblocks and vandalism across swathes of the Andean nation need a forceful response,” Defense Minister Alberto Otarola told reporters at the presidential palace in Lima on Wednesday ahead of the formal issuance of the emergency decree. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Demonstrators outside Avenida de Pierola, in Lima, Peru, on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022, where Police and mIlitary have taken the streets. Since the 7th of December, 14 civilian have died during protests. The majority have died because of guns and bird shots used by the Peruvian police. Also, more than a hundred of civilians and another hundred policeman are injured. "Roadblocks and vandalism across swathes of the Andean nation need a forceful response,” Defense Minister Alberto Otarola told reporters at the presidential palace in Lima on Wednesday ahead of the formal issuance of the emergency decree. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Demonstrators outside Avenida de Pierola, in Lima, Peru, on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022, where Police and mIlitary have taken the streets. Since the 7th of December, 14 civilian have died during protests. The majority have died because of guns and bird shots used by the Peruvian police. Also, more than a hundred of civilians and another hundred policeman are injured. "Roadblocks and vandalism across swathes of the Andean nation need a forceful response,” Defense Minister Alberto Otarola told reporters at the presidential palace in Lima on Wednesday ahead of the formal issuance of the emergency decree. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Demonstrators outside Avenida de Pierola, in Lima, Peru, on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022, where Police and mIlitary have taken the streets. Since the 7th of December, 14 civilian have died during protests. The majority have died because of guns and bird shots used by the Peruvian police. Also, more than a hundred of civilians and another hundred policeman are injured. "Roadblocks and vandalism across swathes of the Andean nation need a forceful response,” Defense Minister Alberto Otarola told reporters at the presidential palace in Lima on Wednesday ahead of the formal issuance of the emergency decree. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Demonstrators outside Avenida de Pierola, in Lima, Peru, on Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022, where Police and mIlitary have taken the streets. Since the 7th of December, 14 civilian have died during protests. The majority have died because of guns and bird shots used by the Peruvian police. Also, more than a hundred of civilians and another hundred policeman are injured. "Roadblocks and vandalism across swathes of the Andean nation need a forceful response,” Defense Minister Alberto Otarola told reporters at the presidential palace in Lima on Wednesday ahead of the formal issuance of the emergency decree. Photographer: Audrey Cordova Rampant/Bloomberg

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Peru To Declare 30-Day National Emergency Amid Widespread Unrest
audrey cordova rampant
Dec 30, 2022
Location: Lima, Peru
On assignment for Bloomberg/Getty, 14 Dec 2022, as protests continue in the country in order to claim for a new constitution and new general elections, meanwhile Dina Boluarte, new President of Peru has sworn in her new cabinet. During these days of protests, 26 citizens have died because of police and military's firearms in Ayacucho, Apurimac, and Junin regions, according to hospitals and human rights organizations.

Bloomberg: Peru To Declare 30-Day National Emergency Amid Widespread Unrest

Audrey Cordova Rampant

Audrey Cordova Rampant is a documentary photographer, videographer, producer, and director. She covers environmental issues, corruption, and human rights.
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