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7,000 Year-Old Human Remains Found In Peruvian Andes

Archaeological site in Puno unearths some of the best evidence yet for permanent ancient occupation of the highest habitable regions of the Andes.

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Ecotourism Startup in Oxapampa Seeks to Inspire

Eduardo de la Cadena’s high rainforest ecolodge represents the legacy of environmental responsibility for which he works to pass on to the next generation.

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Peru: Gloria Denounced for Fraud and Health Crimes

The business conglomerate Gloria has been officially investigated and denounced by Peruvian authorities and faces further extensions of criminal charges. Also, a little background…

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Who Are the Maca Pirates of Peru? (VIDEO)

A VICE News report looks at Peru’s struggle to maintain ownership of their maca root, a native plant claimed to have many medicinal properties.

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Digital Publicity is Catching On in Peru

2016 saw a 13% rise in profits generated by digital publicity. How does this compare to other Latin American countries?

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Peru’s Congress Removes Comptroller for Serious Misconduct

Edgar Alarcí³n, Comptroller of the Republic, is removed by Congress in a favorable turn of events for President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.

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Peru: Latin America's New Major Power? (VIDEO)

VisualPolitik Youtube Channel brings us an interesting look at how Peru has become an emerging country and where it may be headed.

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Overlooked Deforestation Culprits in the Peruvian Amazon

The public institution Defender of the People accuses the state of not controlling the illegal cacao and palm oil plantations in Peru’s rainforest regions.