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Peru nightclub tragedy
  • People grieve on August 23, 2020 outside the nightclub in Lima where at least 13 people suffocated in a crush during a raid late on August 22 where a party was being held despite a ban on such gatherings imposed to fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. - At least 13 people suffocated "when those attending the party tried to escape through the single exit, trampling each other and getting trapped in the stairway," the Peruvian Interior ministry said. This month the country re-imposed a curfew on Sundays in response to the rising number of infections. (Photo by Luka GONZALES / AFP) (Photo by LUKA GONZALES/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Police officers stand guard on August 23, 2020 outside the nightclub in Lima where at least 13 people suffocated in a crush during a raid late on August 22 where a party was being held despite a ban on such gatherings imposed to fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. - At least 13 people suffocated "when those attending the party tried to escape through the single exit, trampling each other and getting trapped in the stairway," the Peruvian Interior ministry said. This month the country re-imposed a curfew on Sundays in response to the rising number of infections. (Photo by Luka GONZALES / AFP) (Photo by LUKA GONZALES/AFP via Getty Images)
  • A police officers stands next to a man grieving the loss of a loved one on August 23, 2020 outside the nightclub in Lima where at least 13 people suffocated in a crush during a raid late on August 22 where a party was being held despite a ban on such gatherings imposed to fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. - At least 13 people suffocated "when those attending the party tried to escape through the single exit, trampling each other and getting trapped in the stairway," the Peruvian Interior ministry said. This month the country re-imposed a curfew on Sundays in response to the rising number of infections. (Photo by Luka GONZALES / AFP) (Photo by LUKA GONZALES/AFP via Getty Images)
  • A police investigator stands on August 23, 2020 at the site where at least 13 people suffocated in a crush during a raid on a nightclub in Lima late on August 22, where a party was being held despite a ban on such gatherings imposed to fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. - At least 13 people suffocated "when those attending the party tried to escape through the single exit, trampling each other and getting trapped in the stairway," the Peruvian Interior ministry said. This month the country re-imposed a curfew on Sundays in response to the rising number of infections. (Photo by Luka GONZALES / AFP) (Photo by LUKA GONZALES/AFP via Getty Images)
  • A man grieves on August 23, 2020 next to the body of one of the victims that suffocated in a crush during a raid on a nightclub in Lima late on August 22 where a party was being held despite a ban on such gatherings imposed to fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. - At least 13 people suffocated "when those attending the party tried to escape through the single exit, trampling each other and getting trapped in the stairway," the Peruvian Interior ministry said. This month the country re-imposed a curfew on Sundays in response to the rising number of infections. (Photo by Luka GONZALES / AFP) (Photo by LUKA GONZALES/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Police officers stand guard on August 23, 2020 as the bodies of at least 13 people who suffocated in a crush during a raid late on August 22 are being loaded onto pick-up trucks outside the nightclub where a party was being held despite a ban on such gatherings imposed to fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. - At least 13 people suffocated "when those attending the party tried to escape through the single exit, trampling each other and getting trapped in the stairway," the Peruvian Interior ministry said. This month the country re-imposed a curfew on Sundays in response to the rising number of infections. (Photo by Luka GONZALES / AFP) (Photo by LUKA GONZALES/AFP via Getty Images)