Archive for June, 2016

Seeking Safety Alone

Seeking Safety Alone

By Jacqueline Bhabha — The Mark News —  The current refugee crises around the world affect no more vulnerable population than child migrants, who face exploitation, confinement and even death as they seek safety from war, poverty and persecution. Even those children who make it through this gauntlet find they […]

Law Eases Search for Persons Missing in 1980-2000 Armed Conflict

Law Eases Search for Persons Missing in 1980-2000 Armed Conflict

A law on the Search for Missing Persons has been published today in the official gazette, El Peruano, to facilitate the search for persons who were reported missing during the two decades of internal conflict in Peru, between 1980 and 2000.  The focus is to grant access to relatives and institutions to all […]

Bursting the Brexit Bubble

Bursting the Brexit Bubble

By Gregor Irwin — The Mark News — No one can say with confidence what the outcome of Britain’s referendum on Europe will be. Whatever the result, we can be certain it will leave a lasting impact on British politics and the nation’s relationships around the world. The polls are […]

Archaeological Homecoming: Largest Recovery of Antiquities Returns to Peru

Archaeological Homecoming: Largest Recovery of Antiquities Returns to Peru

More than four thousand archaeological and historical pieces were exhibited last week at the Ministry of Culture, to celebrate the success by the Ministry of Foreign Relations in recovering the artifacts from Argentina, Canada, Chile, Spain and the United States. The pieces include prehispanic pots and textiles, Colonial Cusco-school paintings, […]