Stories about Peru from June, 2014
In a Peruvian dirt town without running water or a sewerage system, the construction of a dinosaur theme park is underway.
For the first time in the 40 years of World Heritage convention, six countries united to submit a joint application to designate a cultural site as world heritage. Argentina, Bolivia, Chile,...
Peruvians love football, but they must make do with cheering for other teams this year. The country's national team hasn't qualified for a World Cup in 32 years.
In a double whammy in Lima’s Congress, congressmen Gagó and Uribe were relieved of their duties until October after a parliamentary commission published separate reports into alleged malpractices.
On the website LaMula.pe, Juan Carlos Urtecho explains his reasons for supporting the Ivory Coast in the World Cup match with Colombia on Thursday, June 19: Desde que les ganaron...
The path, which is about a kilometer and a half long, went unnoticed for over 500 years.
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He had it all planned to surprise his girlfriend on her birthday giving her a huge teddy bear, but a transportation strike made him walk [es] more than four miles...
After Peruvian actress Magaly Solier went public about being molested on a bus and condemned the incident, street harassment and molestation hogged the media spotlight in in Peru.