Peru: 13 killed as police raid club breaking coronavirus curbs


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Thirteen people have been killed in a stampede at a nightclub in Peru's capital, Lima, after a police raid to enforce the country's coronavirus lockdown measures, according to officials.
At least six others were injured, including three police officers, as about 120 people tried to escape the Thomas Restobar club on Saturday night shortly after police arrived to break up a party on its second floor, national police and government officials said.
Local media reported that the victims were in their 20s.



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