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Nazca Exposition in MALI Now Open (VIDEO)

The National Art Museum of Lima has created a temporary exhibition on the Nazca culture. Check out this recent promotional video for the exposition…

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Discovering the Secrets of Alto Mayo

A group of 50 scientists to investigate surface and subterranean biodiversity of this protected natural area in the north-central department of San Martí­n.

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Peru's National Ceviche Day (VIDEO)

Today is National Ceviche Day! Check out this video from Marca Peru about Peru’s national food.

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Peru: 4 Deaths in Lima's Recent Fire Denounced as Modern Slavery

Peruvian and international authority figures denounce the death of 4 young men in the recent fire in Las Malvinas as modern slavery and human trafficking.

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Students in the US Help Scientists Save Frogs at Lake Titicaca

Dina Baker Denver Zoo's Lake Titicaca Frog Project aims to educate local communities in Puno about the health of the Lake Titicaca Frog and of the lake itself, in addition

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"El Volcan": A Volcano Shaped Mound in Peru's Coastal Valley

Nepeña Valley’s artificial mound built in the shape of a volcano has been investigated by few and remains obscured in mystery.

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The Big Picture of Poverty Reduction in Peru

The Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion reports that poverty in Peru fell to 20.7% between 2004 to 2016, yet there is still work to be done.

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Peru: National Water Service Denounces Debts Owed by Corporate Water Usage

Gloria, Papelera Trupal, and Backus are only a few of the 20 companies responsible for the accumulative millions of soles in debt for groundwater use since 2010 in the capital city of Lima.