Protests spread through Peru’s south with clashes in Cusco


              Residents hold a funeral procession for protesters and others killed during clashes with police in Juliaca, Peru, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. At least 17 people died Monday in southeast Peru as protests seeking immediate elections resumed in rural areas of the country still loyal to ousted President Pedro Castillo. (AP Photo/Hugo Curotto)
            
              Residents hold a funeral procession for protesters and others killed during clashes with police in Juliaca, Peru, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. At least 17 people died Monday in southeast Peru as protests seeking immediate elections resumed in rural areas of the country still loyal to ousted President Pedro Castillo. (AP Photo/Hugo Curotto)
            
              Mourners stand next a coffin during the funeral for protesters and others killed during clashes with police in Juliaca, Peru, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. At least 17 people died Monday in southeast Peru as protests seeking immediate elections resumed in rural areas of the country still loyal to ousted President Pedro Castillo. (AP Photo/Hugo Curotto)
            
              A person places a bullet casing next to a tear gas canister on a coffin during the funeral procession for protesters and others killed during clashes with police in Juliaca, Peru, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. At least 17 people died Monday in southeast Peru as protests seeking immediate elections resumed in rural areas of the country still loyal to ousted President Pedro Castillo. (AP Photo/Hugo Curotto)
            
              Residents carry coffins with the names of the dead and Spanish message: "Dina killed me with bullets" referring to President Dina Boluarte, during a funeral procession for protesters and others killed during clashes with police in Juliaca, Peru, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. At least 17 people died Monday in southeast Peru as protests seeking immediate elections resumed in rural areas of the country still loyal to ousted President Pedro Castillo. (AP Photo/Hugo Curotto)
            
              Residents carry photos of the dead during a funeral procession for protesters killed during clashes with police in Juliaca, Peru, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. At least 17 people died Monday in southeast Peru as protests seeking immediate elections resumed in rural areas of the country still loyal to ousted President Pedro Castillo. (AP Photo/Hugo Curotto)
            
              Residents carry a coffin with a sign that reads in Spanish: "Dina killed me with bullets" referring to President Dina Boluarte, during a funeral procession for protesters and others killed during clashes with police in Juliaca, Peru, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. At least 17 people died Monday in southeast Peru as protests seeking immediate elections resumed in rural areas of the country still loyal to ousted President Pedro Castillo. (AP Photo/Hugo Curotto)
            
              A coffin stands at the site where the deceased person was killed, during a funeral procession for protesters and others killed during clashes with police in Juliaca, Peru, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. At least 17 people died Monday in southeast Peru as protests seeking immediate elections resumed in rural areas of the country still loyal to ousted President Pedro Castillo. (AP Photo/Hugo Curotto)
            
              Residents hold a funeral procession for protesters killed during clashes with police in Juliaca, Peru, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. At least 17 people died Monday in southeast Peru as protests seeking immediate elections resumed in rural areas of the country still loyal to ousted President Pedro Castillo. The sign at center reads in Spanish "Close Congress." (AP Photo/Hugo Curotto)
            
              Residents carry a coffin with the name of the deceased and Spanish message: "Dina killed me with bullets" referring to President Dina Boluarte, during a funeral procession for protesters and others killed during clashes with police in Juliaca, Peru, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023. At least 17 people died Monday in southeast Peru as protests seeking immediate elections resumed in rural areas of the country still loyal to ousted President Pedro Castillo. (AP Photo/Hugo Curotto)
Protests spread through Peru’s south with clashes in Cusco