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Peru earthquake leaves one dead and several injured

The people of Peru were reeling from the devastation of the 8.0 earthquake that struck the northern part of the country from the 26th...

Peru Gov’t announces measures to deal with quake-related emergencies

The earthquake from May 26 has devastated major parts of the Peruvian jungle, and the government of Peru is taking steps to handle disaster...

Strong quake in Peru kills one person, disrupts some oil operations

The 8.0 magnitude earthquake that afflicted Peru ended the life of one man and destroyed many homes. It also happened to disrupt the operations...

Plans of New Airport in Machu Picchu Rained with Criticisms

A new airport that will permit direct flights from cities in the USA and South America is set to be built in Machu Picchu,...

Exceptional early retirement regime, introduced in Peru

A new law has established in Peru for unemployed people in the private pension program. It will target older workers who have not been...

Schleppy’s Food Truck Expands to its Second Year in Peru

For those last few months, Shoppers Value Foods business has been down. However, its old parking space is engaged on Thursdays. Customers form a...

Peruvian Force, Closing in On Illegal Gold Mining Activities in the Amazon

Peru’s military force is closing in on illegal gold miners in an effort to stop illegal mining activity in the Amazon rainforest. The efforts...

Man Who Threatened a School Arrested

A man in Peru got arrested for sending threats to State Sen. Sue Rezin's office. It was on a Monday night when the police department...

Machu Picchu to Commence Preservation Work: Limits Tourists Access on the Site

The Peruvian authorities have set up limited tourist access to start preservation works on some structures within the site.The Peruvian government had made the...

Miles Hewitt, long-serving Peru Officer, obtains Republican bid for Peru mayor

Hewitt is set to compete against present mayor Gabe Greer who is currently aiming for a second term. The 38-year-old political beginner and expert...

Zero Visa Requirement for Travels Between Peru and UAE

Visa-free entry was granted to passport holders of the United Arab Emirates and Peru who wish to travel between the two nations.The Deputy Minister...

Schools in Peru are Under Added Pressure from Wave of Venezuelan Migrants

Schools around Peru face the pressure of not being able to accommodate the flood of Venezuelan refugee students. Officials say that over 34,000 of...

Isabela, the explorer, embarks on a voyage to beautiful Peru

Even though Isabela Moner’s motherland is Cleveland, Ohio, her heart is on the historic and culturally amazing land of Lima, Peru. The space between...

Peru State Sweeps Evangel in Baseball Alumni Reunion and Senior Day Competition

The Peru State Bobcat baseball team scored an impressive back-to-back win and sweep the visiting Evangel Crusaders in the 2-game series at the Baseball...

Peru Deports First Batch of Venezuelan Migrants

Over 40 migrants from Venezuela were deported by Peru due to records of illegal residence in the country and other criminal records, according to...

A Peruvian Journalist Accused of Ex-President’s Suicide

The Committee to Protect Journalists has said that Peruvian authorities ought to instantly act to ascertain the safety of reporters at IDL-Reporteros news website....

Ex-Peruvian President Alan Garcia’s suicide note read by his daughter at funeral

Ex-president of Peru, Alan Garcia, took his own life by shooting himself in the head after authorities arrived at his home to apprehend him...

Former Peruvian President’s Daughter Reads Suicide Letter at Funeral

Peru’s Former President, Alan Garcia, ended his life on Wednesday by shooting himself in the head as police arrive at his home in the...

Portable Kit to Treat Babies with Jaundice Goes On Trial in Peru

A portable kit in treating babies with jaundice is on trial in a province in Peru. They've been targeting to screen a total of...

Peru prosecutor to ask judge to jail ex-president for three years before trial

In Lima, Peru, a prosecutor intended to plea with the judge to order former President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski to serve three years of jail...

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