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Peru's proposed terrorism denial law raises tough questions

While the intention to prevent Peru from forgetting the atrocities of the 80s and 90s is admirable, there are many difficult questions that must be asked about the law.

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Dogs: The expat's best friend

Larry recommends getting a dog.

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Peru: Marriott to open new hotels in Cusco and Lima

Marriott is looking to open two new hotels in Lima, in the coming years, and is also expected to open a JW Marriott in Cusco, this September.

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Watch: Peru’s new international ad campaign

“Peru, Empire of Hidden Treasures“ features shots of Puno, Cusco, the Amazon, Lambayeque, Trujillo, Piura, Tumbes, Arequipa, Loreto, Ica, and Lima.

Sayán: Horses, sun and Peru's best bakers

Visit horses, archaeological ruins and a historic home, all while eating the best alfajores in Peru. Sayán is just a short drive from Lima.

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In Peru's Andes, Huancayo offers scenery and adventure

Huancayo is not just a stop on the train, but rather a destination with plenty of attractions to offer.

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PromPeru to offer discounted tours to central Peru destinations

The offer is designed to bring some 1.2 million visits to central Peru.

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Peru: Huaraz planning cable car in Cordillera Blanca

Huaraz Mayor Vladimir Meza said Tuesday his administration was planning to build a cable car that would provide views of the Callejon de Huaylas and the Cordillera Blanca.