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Perus First Couple, Nadine Heredia and President Ollanta Humala arrive to participate in the swearing in ceremony of the ministerial staff at the Golden Salon in the presidential Palace in Lima on April 2, 2015. Eighteen ministers, 3 new and 15 ratified in their posts, took the oath after outgoing Prime Minister Ana Jara was sacked by Congress over alleged spying charges by the National Investigation Directorate (DINI) under her, causing the biggest crisis in the Humala government's final year in office. AFP PHOTO/CRIS BOURONCLE        (Photo credit should read CRIS BOURONCLE/AFP/Getty Images)
Perus First Couple, Nadine Heredia and President Ollanta Humala arrive to participate in the swearing in ceremony of the ministerial staff at the Golden Salon in the presidential Palace in Lima on April 2, 2015. Eighteen ministers, 3 new and 15 ratified in their posts, took the oath after outgoing Prime Minister Ana Jara was sacked by Congress over alleged spying charges by the National Investigation Directorate (DINI) under her, causing the biggest crisis in the Humala government's final year in office. AFP PHOTO/CRIS BOURONCLE        (Photo credit should read CRIS BOURONCLE/AFP/Getty Images)

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Humala y su esposa se quedan en prisión

La corte en Perú confirmó 18 meses de prisión para el expresidente Ollanta Humala y su esposa Nadine Heredia. La expareja presidencial permanecerá recluida pese a sus intentos de apelación.

Humala y su esposa se quedan en prisión

La corte en Perú confirmó 18 meses de prisión para el expresidente Ollanta Humala y su esposa Nadine Heredia. La expareja presidencial permanecerá recluida pese a sus intentos de apelación.