Archive for January, 2014

Peru Starts Implementation of New Maritime Border

Peru Starts Implementation of New Maritime Border

Peru’s government has begun to implement an international court ruling that establishes the new maritime border with its southern neighbor of Chile, according to Premier Cesar Villanueva. Villanueva said that authorities are preparing to send Peru’s Humboldt research ship to the area in order to do oceanographic investigations. The ship […]

Authorities Recover Body of Teen Killed at Informal Mine Site

Authorities Recover Body of Teen Killed at Informal Mine Site

Authorities in the southern Andean region of Puno have recovered the body of a fifth miner killed over the weekend by a rockslide. Newspaper Peru.21 said the victim was 15 years old and had been working in order to help pay for his studies. At least four other people died […]

Peru Gains Large Swath of Pacific Ocean in Chile Border Dispute

Peru Gains Large Swath of Pacific Ocean in Chile Border Dispute

The International Court of Justice on Monday issued a long-awaited ruling on a maritime border dispute between Peru and Chile, handing over to Peru control over a large swath of Pacific Ocean off its coastline. The ruling resulted in celebrations in Peru, while Chilean officials said they strongly disagreed with […]

International Analysis: Net Neutrality

By James Love — The Mark News — The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) “net neutrality” rules were established to ensure that leading Internet service providers do not block, degrade, or otherwise undermine some Internet services at the expense of others. On January 14, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals […]