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Peru's President Fernando Belaunde Terry, overthrown in a 1968 coup, began a new term in office Tuesday, ending 12 years of military rule. The American-educated architect was sworn in Monday at a ceremony attended by the American First Lady, Rosalyn Carter, and guests from 100 nations.

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