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· November, 2007

Stories about Peru from November, 2007

Peru: One of the Few Remaining Blacksmiths

From the city of Huánuco, Orlando Bravo writes about one of the last blacksmiths in the district of Panao, Peru [es]. Photos are included in the description of this dying...

Peru: Possible Changes in Fujimori Trial

The rules in the trial of former Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori may change if a proposed law passes, which would excuse the accused from being present for much of the...

Peru: Blogs from El Comercio

Blogs from the Lima newspaper El Comercio have been looked at differently by bloggers in Peru. Perhaps it is due to the fact that these bloggers are given more attention...

Peru: Education Among the Shawi Indians

Nila Vigil of Instituto Linguístico de Invierno [es] writes about her experiences during a recent trip in the area of the River Paranapura in the Peruvian Amazon, where she found...

Peru: Global Voices Translation Manager Interview

Global Voices Translation Manager Juan Arellano is interviewed by Mi Blog de Blogs [es] about his work.

Peru: Microsoft Celebrating Free Trade Agreement

Tinta Fantasma [es] writes that Microsoft is celebrating the Free-Trade Agreement between the U.S. and Peru because the deal will help protect copyrighted material targeting pirated copies of their software.

Peru: How to Prepare Andean Cuisine

Noemí Vizcardo Rozas of Habla Quechua [es] posts two videos that shows how to prepare traditional Andean cuisine.

Peru: The Fate of Inca Kola

Juan Arellano of Globalizado [ES] recently received a chain letter email that speculates on the fate of this popular soft drink Inca Kola in Peru, in which it is one...

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