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EPP / 23 SEP 2011

Following a deadly attack by Paraguay's elusive guerrilla group the EPP, the government may deploy further police reinforcements in the northern state of Concepcion, where the rebels are active.

EPP / 29 AUG 2011

According to a Paraguayan bishop, some members of the country’s EPP guerrilla army were involved in Catholic Church-sponsored programs, and may have had remote ties to President Fernando Lugo, himself…

EPP / 20 JUN 2011

Paraguay security forces appear to be keeping up the pressure against the small and elusive EPP guerrilla group. The organization does not appear to pose a serious national threat, suggesting…

EPP / 2 MAY 2011

A recently released hostage of Paraguayan guerrilla group the EPP says his captors boasted about their links to Colombia, Venezuela and Cuba. This adds weight to the small-time group's claim…

EPP / 4 FEB 2011

Farmers in San Pedro, Paraguay, are threatening to hold roadblocks if the government continues an unpopular marijuana eradication program. The plant is believed to provide an important source of funding…

EPP / 21 JAN 2011

Authorities in Paraguay announced they had arrested 14 youths at a "training" camp for the leftist rebel group the Paraguayan People's Army (Ejercito del Pueblo Paraguayo - EPP).

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