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In 1993, Shining Path terrorist Abimael Guzman was moved to a Peruvian navy base to serve a life sentence. (Vera Lentz - AP)
U.N. Chief's Record Comes Under Fire
UNITED NATIONS -- In eight years as U.N. secretary general, Kofi Annan has come as close to superstardom as a diplomat can get -- lauded on the cover of Time, sharing the 2001 Nobel Peace Prize with the organization he leads and becoming known as the "secular pope" for his advocacy for peace and the poor.

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