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Peru president survives Congress impeachment vote
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Peru's Martin Vizcarra faces impeachment for 'moral incapacity'
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Concern Peru COVID-19 death toll is higher than official figures
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Rare Arabian camel calf born in Peru's desert
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Clowns arrested at funeral for entertainer who died of COVID
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Peru: 13 killed as police raid club breaking coronavirus curbs
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Stampede Of Nightclubbers Fleeing Police Raid Leave 13 Dead In Lima, Peru
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Peru economy: COVID-19 puts millions of people out of work
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COVID-19: Peru sees spike in number of hospitalised children
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Peru halts league due to fans flouting social distancing rules
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Peru temporarily cancels pro soccer after fans run riot
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13 Dead in Stampede at Peru Nightclub Operating Illegally due to Coronavirus13 people died in a wild stampede early Sunday in Peru, after cops tried to shut down a nightclub that was operating illegally in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic in the country. The video shows..
Thomas Restobar Club: Crush kills 13 as Peru police raid party violating lockdownThe crush happens as revellers try to leave a nightclub in the capital Lima.
Coronavirus: Peru allows Venezuela medics amid pandemicVenezuelan medical workers can join Peru's health system without having to validate their titles.
Coronavirus: What's happening in Peru?Peru has one of the highest case totals and excess death rates in the world - but why?
Peru overtakes Italy in total cases of coronavirusPeru topped 240,000 total cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, surpassing hard-hit Italy, government data showed, even as the pace of infections has begun to moderate in the South American nation.
Coronavirus: Peru economy sinks 40% in April amid lockdownThe country was one of the first in South America to impose restrictions but cases are still rising.
Coronavirus: Technicians held in Peru over false 5G Covid linksThe Andean villagers mistakenly fear 5G will transmit coronavirus, the technicians' company says.
A Peruvian driver delivers ashes of the dead as coronavirus toll mountsHéctor Orellanqui, 65, wearing a white overcoat and mask, has a painful duty to carry out: delivering the ashes of those who have died from COVID-19 to families who can in most cases no longer carry..
Peru's most catastrophic natural disasterOn 31 May 1970 an earthquake struck in Peru, triggering a landslide and leading to the deaths of 70,000.
Latin America's largest airline LATAM files for U.S. bankruptcy protectionLatin America's largest airline LATAM Airlines Group SA said on Tuesday the company and its affiliates in Chile, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and the U.S. have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in..
Peru extends protracted national lockdown until end of JunePeru on Friday extended its state of emergency and a nationwide lockdown to fight the coronavirus pandemic until the end of June, marking one of the longest periods of mandatory isolation in the world.
Peru coronavirus cases surpass 100,000 as demand sends drug prices soaringPeru's number of confirmed coronavirus cases surpassed 104,000, the Ministry of Health reported on Wednesday, as the outbreak puts pressure on the demand for medicines, whose prices have soared in..
Peru's confirmed coronavirus cases surpass 100,000: health ministryPeru's number of confirmed coronavirus cases surpassed 100,000, the Ministry of Health reported on Wednesday.
Regional health body warns of COVID-19 spread in Amazon tri-border areaThe Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) warned on Tuesday that new coronavirus is spreading rapidly in the tri-border area of the Amazon between Brazil, Colombia and Peru and threatens to infect..
Peru extends nationwide lockdown until May 24 as coronavirus cases risePeru has extended a nationwide lockdown by two weeks until May 24, President Martin Vizcarra said on Friday, the fourth extension of the isolation period amid a sharp rise in cases of COVID-19 in the..
Peru's Keiko Fujimori to be freed from prison during graft investigationFormer Peruvian presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori will be released from prison while she is under investigation for money laundering, her lawyer said on Thursday.
Peru's leader says to propose comprehensive pension reformPeruvian President Martin Vizcarra on Wednesday rejected a bill approved by Congress earlier this month that would have let people withdraw up to 25% of their holdings in private pension funds and..
Death toll in Peru prison riot over coronavirus demands rises to nineNine inmates have died after a prison riot in Peru over demands for better sanitary measures and coronavirus medical care, the country's prison authority said on Tuesday,
At least three inmates dead after Peruvian prison riot over coronavirusAt least three inmates died following a Peruvian prison riot over the demand for better sanitary measures and coronavirus medical care, the country's prison authority said late on Monday.
Coronavirus: 17 police officers die of Covid-19 in PeruA new interior minister has vowed to spend more money to buy protective equipment after 17 deaths.
Peru indigenous warn of 'ethnocide by inaction' as coronavirus hits Amazon tribesIndigenous tribes in Peru's Amazon say the government has left them to fend for themselves against the coronavirus, risking "ethnocide by inaction," according to a letter from natives to the United..
Coronavirus cases accelerate in Peru to top 20,000, government extends quarantinePeru's reported coronavirus cases rapidly increased this week and topped 20,000 on Thursday, doubling in nine days, as President Martin Vizcarra extended a national quarantine in the world's No. 2..
Special Report: Peruvian coca farmers to Paris pushers, coronavirus upends global narcotics tradeCountries around the world have spent billions of dollars bailing out businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Peru's coca farmers, who grow the bushy plant used to make cocaine, say they want..
Masks reused and bodies mount as Peru strains under coronavirusPeru's hospitals are straining to deal with a rapid rise in the number of COVID-19 infections, with bodies being kept in hallways, masks being repeatedly reused, and protests breaking out amongst..
Coronavirus cases in Peru top 15,000, second highest in Latin AmericaPeru reported over 15,000 cases of coronavirus on Sunday, the second-highest tally in Latin America, as the disease continues to ravage the economy of the world's No. 2 copper producer.
Man City: Kluiverth Aguilar, 16, agrees to join in 2021Manchester City agree a deal to sign 16-year-old Peruvian defender Kluiverth Aguilar from Alianza Lima.
COVID impasse: Bolivian and Peruvian migrants trapped at Chilean borderMore than a thousand mainly Bolivian migrants are stranded near Chile's northern border after informal labor sources in their host country dried up but they were unable to return home because of..
Peru will emerge from 'economic hibernation' by May, elections date safe: presidentPeru hopes to gradually emerge from the economic hibernation aimed at halting the spread of the novel coronavirus and return to "more or less" normal levels of productive activity in 2021, President..
Two Peruvian women diagnosed with COVID-19 give birth to healthy babies - doctorTwo pregnant women diagnosed with the new coronavirus in Peru have given birth to babies who have tested negative for the disease, a hospital in the capital Lima said on Tuesday.
Azul Rojas Marín: Peru found responsible for torture of LGBT personAzul Rojas Marín was beaten and raped in custody in Peru, a top human rights court rules.
Coronavirus: Peru limits movement by gender to stem spreadMen and women are allowed out on different days, while on Sunday everyone must stay at home.
Gender divide: Peru, Panama limit men and women to alternate days out to stall virusPeru and Panama both started on Thursday limiting the times men and women can leave their homes in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Peru calls up 10,000 army reserves to enforce quarantinePeru's government has called up around 10,000 army reservists to return to barracks to help patrol the country's streets and enforce a coronavirus quarantine, due to the high number of people failing..
Death toll in Peru hits seven as coronavirus spreadsThe death toll from coronavirus in Peru hit 7 on Tuesday after a 38-year-old man died after he contracted the disease while on a trip to Canada, the country's Ministry of Health said.
Canadian man, 38, dies of coronavirus in PeruA 38-year-old Canadian man has died in Peru after contracting Covid-19 from a colleague in his home country, the country's Ministry of Health said on Tuesday.
Coronavirus: British tourists stuck in Peru to be rescued next weekThe foreign secretary secures permission for a flight to leave Peru, which is in lockdown.
U.S. judge orders release of Peru ex-president on bail due to coronavirus outbreakA U.S. judge on Thursday ordered the release of Peru ex-president Alejandro Toledo on bail from a California jail, where he has been held pending extradition proceedings, citing insufficient safeguards..
Brazil restricts land borders with neighbors due to coronavirusBrazil decided on Thursday to restrict entry of foreign visitors at land borders with Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Suriname and French Guiana due to the coronavirus pandemic, the..
Peruvian president announces nighttime curfew as coronavirus spreadsPeru´s President Martin Vizcarra on Wednesday announced an immediate restriction on overnight movement across the country in a bid to halt the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Fears for asthma and diabetes backpacker 'trapped' in PeruTom Brewerton, who also has diabetes, fears his insulin supplies will run out before flights resume.
Military roadblocks, curfews: Latin America tightens coronavirus controlsCountries around Latin America tightened restrictions further on Monday to try to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, with Peru deploying military personnel on the streets, Costa Rica closing..
Peru deploys military to slow coronavirus spread; Chile closes bordersPeru's government deployed masked military personnel to block major roads in Lima on Monday, while police restricted the movement of people, as the country rolled out a state of enforced "social..
Argentina, Bolivia, Peru curb travel, public gatherings over coronavirus fearsArgentina, Bolivia and Peru announced stricter measures to seek to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus in the region on Thursday, including halting flights to and from Europe, curbing the issuance..
Panama, Peru order school closures due to coronavirusPanama's government ordered the temporary closure of all schools due to the fast-spreading coronavirus, officials said on Wednesday, making it the second Latin American country to do so after Peru took..
El Salvador shuts classes in all schools on coronavirus fearsSalvadoran President Nayib Bukele said on Wednesday that all schools in El Salvador will be closed for three weeks due to coronavirus concerns, after governments in Panama and Peru took similar actions..
Master, president, god? On the trail of Peru's mysterious new political power brokerIn Peru's capital, a group dressed in biblical-style robes, veils, and sandals gathered one recent Sunday night to celebrate an unlikely victory: their congregation had overnight become a major force..
Peru records first confirmed case of coronavirus, President Vizcarra saysPeru recorded its first confirmed case of coronavirus, President Martin Vizcarra said in a televised statement on Friday, as the disease begins to spread around South America.
Former U.N. Secretary-General Perez de Cuellar dies aged 100Former U.N. Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar, a Peruvian diplomat who played a crucial role in ending the Iran-Iraq war of 1980 to 1988, died on Wednesday at his home in Lima aged 100.
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