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· February, 2016

Stories about Peru from February, 2016

Want to Arouse a Peruvian's Passions? Just Talk about Terrorism—or Food

"The only other matter that reliably inflames the passions of Peruvians are the attempts by our southern neighbors to claim the Pisco Sour or the Suspiro Limeño as their own."

Residents of the Peruvian Amazon Denounce Oil Spills Contaminating Local Rivers

"Incredible! Petroperú contaminates rivers in the Amazon and the 59 million sol fine will be paid by all of us Peruvians"

How Lima Lost the Booksellers of Quilca Street

The many booksellers that occupied the busy Quilca street have been evicted and uncertainty looms over the future of not only the traders but also the greater area.

Welcome to Manchay, the Neighbourhood in Lima Resisting the Arrival of Public Transport

What is it about life in Manchay that makes the residents protest so energetically against a fare rise that would to others seem negligible?

Global Deforestation Is Decreasing. Or Is It?

A new look at the complex picture of changes in land use suggests that, when it comes to forests, we’re far from being out of the woods.

Kuelap, the Ancient Fortress That Aims to Become the Second Biggest Tourist Destination in Peru

"The old occupants of Kuelap abandoned their city before the Spaniards arrived, for reasons that remain unknown."

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