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· April, 2008

Stories about Peru from April, 2008

Peru: MRTA No Longer on US Terrorist List

Silvio Rendon of Gran Combo Club [es] notices that the guerrilla group MRTA (Revolutionary Movement Tupac Amaru) is no longer listed on the U.S. list of terrorist groups, and that...

Peru: The State of Archaeological Sites

The blog from the television program Presencia Cultural [es] posts a video about the UNESCO-declared “Day of Monuments and Sites,” which falls on April 18. The video shows and discusses...

Peru: Understanding the Emo Youth in Lima

The emo youth in the Peruvian capital of Lima have not been the victims of violence, as has been the case to their counteparts in Mexico. However, these youth have...

Peru: The Nomadas Film Project

Cinencuentro [es] writes about the Nomadas project, a traveling film company that is currently located in the Southern part of Peru. Its objective is to promote Peruvian cinema and participates...

Peru: Sidewalks Off Limits

Gabriela of Seis de Enero [es] writes about her love of walking through the streets of Lima, which lately has been made more difficult due to the number of construction...

Peru: Opera Singer To Close Central Square in Lima

Laslo Rojas does not think that the Main Plaza in Lima, Peru should be closed for the wedding of the opera singer, Juan Diego Florez [es], which is scheduled to...

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