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Peterhansel takes 10th Dakar Rally title
Peterhansel takes 10th Dakar Rally title
France's Stephane Peterhansel won an unprecedented 10th Dakar Rally title on Sunday after the 14th and final stage won by American Robby Gordon....
Fujimori's wife blasts Lima ruling as 'witch trial'
Fujimori's wife blasts Lima ruling as 'witch trial'
The Japanese wife of Peru's former president Alberto Fujimori accused a Lima court on Wednesday of conducting a medieval-style "witch trial" after...
Bush hounded till bitter end
Bush hounded till bitter end
US President George W Bush may be a lame duck, but protesters and aspiring US rivals are still dogging him with a passion on his last scheduled...
Donkey jawbones, laptops mix up Peru's new music
Donkey jawbones, laptops mix up Peru's new music
As a Quechua Indian quintet plays a solemn Andean muleteer's march on harp, clarinet and violin, their notes spring up as wave forms on a computer...
Peru's 'death buses': The road to Russian roulette
Peru's 'death buses': The road to Russian roulette
The notorious "death buses" taking Peruvians and tourists up the Andean nation's snaky mountain roads have killed 68 people in road accidents so...
Inca ruins cede to gastro-tourism in Peru
Inca ruins cede to gastro-tourism in Peru
Throughout their history of poverty and political turmoil, Peruvians have been fiercely proud of their elaborate, spicy food and new superstar...
'Cutting brains is like peeling potatoes'
'Cutting brains is like peeling potatoes'
Thousands of human brains float in jars of formaldehyde at a unique museum that gives visitors to Lima an up-close view of brain diseases, from...
Ex-president Fujimori back in Peru for trial
Ex-president Fujimori back in Peru for trial
Disgraced former President Alberto Fujimori arrived in Peru for the first time in seven years under armed guard on Saturday to face charges of...
Powerful earthquake strikes Peru
Powerful earthquake strikes Peru
A powerful, 7,9-magnitude earthquake, the strongest to rock Peru in decades, killed at least 115 people and injured nearly 1 000 others on...
Peru's Garcia works to erase painful legacy from past
Peru's Garcia works to erase painful legacy from past
In only 100 days, President Alan Garcia has made Peruvians forget the food shortages, four-digit inflation and guerrilla violence that marred his...
Peru plays down diplomatic rift with Venezuela
Peru plays down diplomatic rift with Venezuela
Peru's government on Sunday sought to play down a diplomatic rift with Venezuela after announcing the withdrawal of its ambassador from Caracas...
Volcanic eruption triggers acid rain in Peru
Volcanic eruption triggers acid rain in Peru
The Ubinas volcano in southern Peru is spewing out clouds of gas and sulphur and threatening about 3 500 local inhabitants with acid rain,...

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