Monday, March 27, 2017
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Peruvian GDP will continue to post one of the highest growth rates in the region at 3.5% in 2017, Central Reserve Bank (BCR) Governor Julio Velarde projected Friday.
On the outskirts of Lima, hundreds of householders salvage scant belongings in what is left of their homes after the Rimac River burst its banks in recent weeks amid Peru's worst flooding disaster in decades.
Peru launches a new donation campaign
Forty tons of humanitarian aid arrive in Peru to support the action of the Peruvian Red Cross
What is left when Peru's flood waters recede
Drought-hit dog melts hearts by walking around a town with a bowl in its mouth BEGGING for water
Natural disasters in Peru result of climate change: WWF
Heavy downpours continue to hit northern Peru
Peru offers a range of nutritional products with excellent properties and exquisite taste. An inexhaustible larder of fruits, grains, vegetables, roots and fishes; exceptional for the body’s wellness.
Cajamarca province rejects mining extraction projects. What is this protest about?
After a series of delays caused due to natural disasters, students from various education centers returned to classes on Monday morning.
The celebration marks the end of the Carnaval festivals in Peru. What in the world is a yunza?
The Dakar Rally 2018 will generate more than US$3 million in revenue for Paracas beach area, the city's Tourism and Foreign Trade Chamber (Capatur) projected.
For International Women’s Day, INEI has released interesting data about Peruvian women. What do you think?