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· May, 2007

Stories about Peru from May, 2007

23 May 2007

Peru: The War Between Gisela and Magaly

Peruvian television has a colorful cast of characters. Among them are Gisela Valcárcel, the former "queen of daytime television" and wife of a top executive at one of Peru's main...

Americas: Copa America Blog

Peru: A Recommendation for Sonia

18 May 2007

Peru: Just Say No! to the OLPC

The Peruvian Minister of Education, José Antonio Chang, recently announced that Peru would participate in the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project. With only a model of the XO in...

16 May 2007

Peru: The Grupo Néctar Tragedy

The tragic death of thirteen members of the popular Peruvian band Grupo Néctar in an automobile accident sent shockwaves through the Peruvian blogosphere. Juan Arellano collects these tributes and links...

Chile: The View of Peruvians in Santiago

11 May 2007

Peru: Border Issues with Chile, Reliving the War of the Pacific

Even though the War of the Pacific ended over one hundred years ago, many in the affected countries are still discussing the events to led to the loss of territory...

2 May 2007

Peru: Bloggers and Codes of Conduct

Bloggers are often friendly people that like to get together and talk amongst themselves, but every once in awhile they also like to argue. These battles can be quite heated....

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