‘I’m so tired of this’: Peru youth vow to remain on the streets

More than two dozen people have been wounded in mass protests in Peru, as thousands have taken to the streets in recent days to protest against the dismissal of President Martin Vizcarra.

Citing police and rights groups, Reuters news agency reported that at least 27 people, including 11 police officers, were hurt in clashes between police and protesters, who have held mass rallies in the capital, Lima, and across the country.

More than two dozen people have been wounded in mass protests in Peru, as thousands have taken to the streets in recent days to protest against the dismissal of President Martin Vizcarra.

Citing police and rights groups, Reuters news agency reported that at least 27 people, including 11 police officers, were hurt in clashes between police and protesters, who have held mass rallies in the capital, Lima, and across the country.

More than two dozen people have been wounded in mass protests in Peru, as thousands have taken to the streets in recent days to protest against the dismissal of President Martin Vizcarra.

Citing police and rights groups, Reuters news agency reported that at least 27 people, including 11 police officers, were hurt in clashes between police and protesters, who have held mass rallies in the capital, Lima, and across the country.

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