Peru’s Interior Ministry has launched a radio program to help combat human trafficking. The program, called #QueNoTeEncuentren (So they don’t find you) is aired in three languages – Spanish Quechua Full Article »
Water supply company Sedapal is experiencing a few issues in trying to clean up the Lima Sea off the west coast of Peru – including unsatisfactory garbage disposal, and encountering Full Article »
Peru’s dream of reaching a first World Cup since 1982 is still flickering after a one all draw with Colombia Tuesday evening. Los Incas will now have to face off Full Article »
In a recent report by Transparency International (TI), Peru ranked third among countries in Latin America and the Caribbean for bribes. This places Peru behind only Mexico and Dominican Full Article »
Prosecutors and attorney generals from 20 countries gathered in Lima last week to discuss improvements to judicial cooperation in the investigation of transnational organized crime.
Peruvian soccer fans were left disappointed Tuesday morning when trying to purchase tickets for the upcoming World Cup 2018 qualifying game against Colombia after the Teleticket website crashed.
The Peruvian Ministry of Production announces the start of the Reto Bio, a program that will look to make the most of the country’s natural resources and promote innovative projects Full Article »
At the next Ferreñafe, Lambayeque council session, a draft is expected to be approved which will protect the habitat of the endangered spectacled bear. According to RPP, a regional coordinator Full Article »
In light of the recent earthquakes in Mexico that have left more than 250 people dead, the Minister of Defense Jorge Nieto called a meeting on September 20 to discuss Full Article »