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These women say they were forcibly sterilized in the 1990s. Now they want justice

The Los Angeles Times 29 Oct 2019
LIMA, Peru — . The first time nurses visited Gloria Basilio, she told them she wasn’t interested in sterilization surgery ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... .. ... ... In Pucallpa, a city in the Amazonian rainforest, they bought a call-out on local radio instructing women who felt they had been tricked into sterilization to contact the station ... .
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Tied down and sterilized: Peru’s dark history of family planning

The Los Angeles Times 29 Oct 2019
LIMA, Peru — . The first time nurses visited Gloria Basilio, she told them she wasn’t interested in sterilization surgery ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... .. ... ... In Pucallpa, a city in the Amazonian rainforest, they bought a call-out on local radio instructing women who felt they had been tricked into sterilization to contact the station.
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Mollie Mims: Observations of the Adams family

Cleburne Times-Review 18 Mar 2018
In 1981, Félix Liclan, a recently widowed communications engineer, became director of the radio project ACBN Radio Maranatha 97.7 FM. The goal for the station in Pucallpa, the regional capital of Ucayali, Peru, was to provide Christian messages, music and cultural programming ... Patsy and Felix Liclan at the radio station in Peru.
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Israel pushing Palestinian towards third Intifada: Commentator

Press TV 27 Oct 2015
Press TV has conducted an interview with Max Igan, a radio host and political commentator based in Pucallpa, Peru, to discuss a recent announcement by Israeli officials that they may revoke residency of Palestinians in East al-Quds (Jerusalem).  . The following is a rough transcription of the interview. . Press TV. Mr ... Igan ... Mr ... .
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Americans scammed by their government: Analyst

Press TV 28 Jul 2015
Press TV has conducted an interview with Max Igan, a radio host and political commentator based in Pucallpa, Peru, to discuss a poll on American public’s stance regarding the recent nuclear accord between Iran and six world powers. Following is a rough transcription. Press TV ... Are you surprised by that?. Igan. No I’m not surprised at all ... .
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Court convicts killers but acquits masterminds in murder

CPJ 14 Nov 2007
NOVEMBER 14, 2007. Posted December 28, 207 ... KILLED ... He had hosted the morning show "Transparencia" (Transparency), broadcast daily on Frecuencia Oriental radio station, in the city of Pucallpa. Rivera was an outspoken and controversial radio commentator known for his sharp criticism of local and regional authorities ... .
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In Peru, radio commentator slain in front of family

CPJ 20 Mar 2007
New York, March 19, 2007-Two hooded gunmen shot and killed a popular Peruvian radio ... The slaying was the first involving a Peruvian journalist since the 2004 murders of two radio commentators, Alberto Rivera in Pucallpa, and Antonio de la Torre Echeandía in Yungay.
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Peru - Radio reporter gunned down in an apparent contract killing linked to his work

Canada Newswire 19 Mar 2007
The last two journalists to be killed in Peru were Antonio de la Torre Echeandia of Radio Orbita, who was murdered in Yungay (400 km north of Lima) on 14 February 2004, and Alberto Rivera Fernandez of radio Frecuencia Oriental, who was gunned down in the east-central city of Pucallpa on 21 April 2004.
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Out of a clear blue sky: a summer of aircraft crashes

The Independent 06 Sep 2005
In was the sixth major air crash in as many weeks ... Then we crashed ... I can't believe it." ... culture ... The TANS Peru Flight 204, a Boeing 737-200 en route from the Peruvian capital, Lima, to Pucallpa in the Amazon, went down near Pucallpa municipal airport after the pilot radioed that he could not land because of strong winds and torrential rains ... .
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Peru pulls bodies from swamp as jet crash kills 40

Reuters 25 Aug 2005
PUCALLPA, Peru (Reuters) - Several hundred police and volunteers worked into the night in a muddy swamp on Wednesday to search for remaining bodies from a jet that crashed in Peru's northern jungle, killing 40 people ... there are victims without heads or legs," Pucallpa's police chief, Ariosto Obregon, who was leading the search, told RPP radio.
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Mother's last embrace saved baby

NZ Herald 25 Aug 2005
Rescuers found 1-year-old Juan Carlos Rengifo crying in the arms of his mother in the cabin of the TANS Airline Boeing 737 after it crashed near the jungle city of Pucallpa ... there are victims without heads or legs," Pucallpa's police chief, Ariosto Obregon, told state radio.
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40 dead as plane crashes in Peru

Hindustan Times 24 Aug 2005
... rescued 20 injured people," a police officer in the town of Pucallpa told RPP radio.
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40 die as plane crashes in Peru

Hindustan Times 24 Aug 2005
... rescued 20 injured people," a police officer in the town of Pucallpa told RPP radio.
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Several Killed In Peru Plane Crash

CBS News 24 Aug 2005
A man identifying himself as William Zea, a passenger on the plane, told CPN radio by telephone that the plane was traveling on a route from Lima to Pucallpa, and from there onto the northern jungle city of Iquitos when "the plane suffered some malfunction and we went down.".
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37 killed, 40 hurt in Peru crash

The State 24 Aug 2005
The Boeing 737 went down near the Pucallpa municipal airport after the pilot radioed that he ...

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