Monday, November 09 2015
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Peruvian President Ollanta Humala signed on Sunday the supreme decree creating the Sierra del Divisor National Park located in the native community of Nuevo Saposoa (Ucayali region). 


Sierra del Divisor


Peru creates ‘Yellowstone of the Amazon': 3.3M acre reserve home to uncontacted tribes, endangered wildlife


Peru creates huge national park in Amazon basin


Sierra Divisor National Park — A Huge Win for the Planet


Economy & Trade


GDP to increase around 4% in 2015's last quarter


Total exports US$2.60 billion last September


Mincetur to participate in US-Peru FTA Free Trade Commission Meeting in Washington D.C.


Mining & Energy

The first Peruvian satellite for public-use imagery, manufactured by France’s Airbus Defense and Space, will also capture high-resolution optical images as part of nationwide surveillance activities in Peru to prevent illegal mining and logging from occurring.


Solar and wind covered 1.7% of Peru's electricity demand in September


Law enacted in Peru allows state-owned firm to resume oil drilling



Government helping small producers to develop exports through the provision of subsidised credit and free technical advice​


Mahindra ships first Peruvian grapes



On Friday, the Peruvian government announced that attention to the victims of forced sterilization was now a matter of national interest. With the declaration comes the creation of a National Registry of Forced Sterilization Victims as a way to facilitate their care.


Peru is third best in the region for English-speaking skills



The Peruvian Government formally published the law to create the new district of La Yarada-Los Palos in Peru's Southern Tacna region. 


Former Foreign Min: Peru aware of its rights


Visa waiver to be extended to European citizens coming to Peru


Diplomats' Food Tour meets Cantonese cuisine




Datum: César Acuña surpasses Alan García in voting intentions



As if Lima’s bohemian district wasn’t cool enough already, an ice cream parlor with a park view has opened to satisfy your sweet tooth.


Artisanal bread at Pan de la Chola (VIDEO)



On the shore of Lake Titicaca, in southeastern Peru, lies Puno – a city of great agricultural and folkloric importance (PHOTOS).


Phytelephas boat hotel to offer experience of living in the Amazon (PHOTOS)



The recently opened exhibition Design for Eternity: Architectural Models from the Ancient Americas, on view through September 18, 2016, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, provides a rare glimpse into relations between the living and the dead, particularly in one remarkable model on loan to the Met from the Museo Huacas de Moche (above).



Ojos Propios can be translated as “through their own eyes.” The photographs displayed on the walls of the International Affairs Building at Columbia University were taken by Peruvians from a variety of origins and ages but made possible by the vision of a particular artist. Andrés Longhi has been for years a tireless advocate of “photography by and of the people.”



A publishing house from Peru dedicated to making the world’s smallest books is one of the exhibitors at the Sharjah International Book Fair.


6th Int'l Forum of the Coca Leaf kicks off in Lima (YOUTUBE)