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Incan burial site found in desert valley in Peru
Mummified corpses of Inca nobility, still clad in finely woven robes, have been unearthed in one of Peru's largest burial sites.
Breaking the cycle of child labor in Peru
Most laborers in Peru are forced into a vicious cycle by circumstance. Faced with low-paying, high-intensity work, they have no choice but to make their children work as well. Having spent their lives neglecting education for labor, those children in turn grow up with no options for income besides low-paying, high-intensity positions — and so on. But in classrooms across one region, a handful of teachers are trying to break that cycle while the children are still young.
Socceroos leave World Cup with loss to Peru
Australia’s hopes for a longer stay in the 2018 World Cup in Russia were have been dashed with a last-game group loss to Peru.
Women farmers in Peru bring healthy meals to local schools
Getting children and adolescents to replace junk food with nutritious local organic foods is the aim of a group of women farmers in a rural area of Piura, on Peru’s north coast, as they struggle to overcome the impact of the El Niño climate phenomenon.
Peru poverty rate rises for first time in 16 years
Peru’s poverty rate increased last year for the first time since 2001, rising one percentage point to 21.7 percent, according to government data published.
Peru's new president sworn in after impeachment drama
Martin Vizcarra has been sworn in as Peru's new president Friday, after the vice president was catapulted to the post when Pedro Pablo Kuczynski resigned to avoid impeachment.
Peru’s president resigns on eve of impeachment
Peru’s center-right President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski announced his resignation on Wednesday after vote-buying allegations ensnared him in a fresh scandal on the eve of an impeachment vote, capping months of political turmoil in one of Latin America's most stable economies.
Peru’s president faces fresh scandal before impeachment
Peru’s president faced growing calls to resign on Wednesday after secret video recordings ensnared him in vote-buying allegations on the eve of an impeachment vote, deepening a political crisis in one of Latin America’s most stable economies.
Five killed in Peru juvenile detention centre blaze
Some detainees had set fire to mattresses in one part of the centre “and as a result the blaze started”.
Australia, Peru sign free trade agreement
The governments of Australia and Peru signed off on the Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement (PAFTA) on Monday.
Peru's ex-president Fujimori released after controversial pardon
Peru's ex-president Alberto Fujimori was wheeled out of a Lima hospital as a free man following a controversial pardon by President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.
Emergency services: Death toll from Peru bus crash rises to 48
At least 48 people were killed in Peru when a bus collided with a truck and careened off a cliff along a sharply curving highway north of the capital Lima, emergency services officials said.
Peru’s Fujimori asks for forgiveness
Peru's ailing ex-president Alberto Fujimori on Tuesday asked the public for forgiveness, two days after receiving a controversial pardon from the country's current leader.
Clashes in Peru as thousands protest ex-president Fujimori pardon
Peruvian police fired tear gas and clashed with protesters marching against the pardon of ailing ex-president Alberto Fujimori, who was serving a 25-year sentence for human rights abuses.
1000s protest pardon of former dictator Alberto Fujimori in Peru
Thousands of people have marched in the Peruvian capital of Lima and other cities to protest the presidential pardon of the country’s ailing ex-strongman Alberto Fujimori, in what many view as part of a political deal to avert the impeachment of the current president.

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