More than 3,000 police are on alert in southern Peru, to face a macro-regional strike called for May 27 and 28 in support of the protests against the Tia Maria copper mine project. Military troops and police are on alert in the province of Islay, the center of the protests. […]
Premier Pedro Cateriano has declared a state of emergency in the province of Islay, Arequipa, following continuing violence in the...
The central highway between Lima and the Andean towns of La Oroya and Huancayo was opened again early Tuesday morning, after a heavy...
More than 860,000 people visited Peru in the first quarter of 2015, an 8.3 percent increase over 2014, according to the Minister of...
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Op-Ed by Josephine Obel —The Mark News— It has gained global attention that sex education in Denmark will now focus on fertility as well as avoiding unwanted pregnancies. The background for this change is that 25 percent of couples wishing to have a baby do not achieve pregnancy within the […]
Op-Ed by Mary Cummings and Alexander Stimpson — The Mark News — The recent Germanwings disaster has once again reminded us that human pilots are not always failsafe. One only has to look back as far as 2012 to find examples of unruly pilots being subdued by passengers, and of course […]
Chinese Nobel laureate Mo Yan will be in Lima later this week and is to give a talk at San Marcos University on May 23* in the afternoon. A prolific novelist and short story writer, Mo Yan was awarded the Nobel prize for Literature in 2012. In 2011, then-chairman of the […]
Attorney General Carlos Ramos Heredia was removed from his post this week, in an unprecedented move by Peru’s National Council of Magistrates. The council voted to sack Ramos Heredia following an investigation into his ties with disgraced former Ancash regional president Cesar Alvarez, who is accused of running a large […]