Archive for April, 2010

ICJ announces dates for Peru, Chile rebuttals over maritime dispute case

ICJ announces dates for Peru, Chile rebuttals over maritime dispute case

The International Court of Justice at The Hague has determined that Peru will present its rebuttal on Nov. 9 to Chile’s counter-memorial arguments over a maritime dispute, daily La República reported. Chile will submit its responses to Peru’s rebuttal on July 11, 2011, which will allow the court to rule […]

Armed forces clarify details on attack at military base in Ayacucho

Peru’s Joint Command of Armed Forces (CCFFAA) clarified on Thursday that one soldier was injured when narco-terrorists attacked a military base in Ayacucho’s Huanta province, the CCFFAA said in a release. The joint command said a counter-terrorist base was attacked at about 12:45 p.m. on Thursday by narco-terrorists using long […]

Peru’s foreign relations commission to analyze controversial Arizona law

Peru’s Congressional Foreign Relations Commission will analyze a controversial Arizona state immigration law that empowers police to question anyone they have a “reasonable suspicion” is an illegal immigrant, and to jail those who fail to produce documents on the spot to prove their legal status. Congresswoman Luisa Maria Cuculiza, the […]

European Commission to provide $2.64 million for rain-hit regions in southern Peru

The European Commission has approved humanitarian aid worth 2 million Euros ($2.64 million) for residents in Peru’s southern Cuzco and Puno departments who were affected by floods and mudslides caused by heavy rains since last December, state news agency Andina reported. The funds will be distributed through the European Commission […]