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Peru ex-president Alan Garcia shoots himself as police try to arrest him

Reuters India Wednesday, 17 April 2019 ()
Peru's former president Alan Garcia shot himself early on Wednesday after police arrived at his home in the capital Lima to arrest him in connection with a bribery investigation, a police source said.
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News video: Peru's Garcia, Former President And Political Chameleon, Kills Himself to Avoid Arrest

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According to Reuters, the former president of Peru Alan Garcia, fatally shot himself in the head on Wednesday at his home in Lima as police waited in another room to arrest him in the Odebrecht case. Garcia had denied the corruption allegations that had long dogged him until the end, saying he was...

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