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Tattooed children's skulls found in Peru's ancient Moche cemetery
Eleven graves containing remains of children with marks in their head and several ancient items have been discovered in Huaca Santa Rosa de Pucala archaeological complex in Peru, in what is believed to be a cemetery of the pre-Columbian Moche civilization.
Researchers use AI to discover ancient drawings in Peru that can be seen from space
A cultural anthropology team at Yamagata University in Japan recently announced the discovery of 143 huge ancient drawings etched in Peruvian soil known as “geoglyphs.”
Caracas says Peru allowing hate crimes against Venezuelans
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused his Peruvian counterpart, Martin Vizcarra, of allowing acts of xenophobia, aggression, and hate crimes against Venezuelan migrants in Peru.
Archaeologists unearth 227 bodies of sacrificed children in Peru
In the biggest ever discovery of sacrificed children, archaeologists unearthed 227 bodies in Peru. According to them, the site belonged to people of the pre-Columbian Chimu culture.
Brazil primed for home Copa triumph, wary of upset threat
Brazil has lifted the trophy every time it has hosted the Copa America and will look to maintain this perfect record with a first major tournament triumph since 2007 when it takes on Peru in Sunday’s final.
Chile eager to make Copa history against Peru, says Vidal
Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal said the reigning Copa America champion is focused on making history ahead of its semifinal against Peru.
Clinical, ruthless Brazil pleases coach Tite
Brazil coach Tite praised his team's effectiveness as the host stormed into the Copa America quarterfinals as Group A winner following Saturday's 5-0 thrashing of Peru.
Peru launches crackdown on illegal gold mining in Amazon
Peru launched a drive to eliminate illegal gold mining in one of the Amazon’s most biodiverse corners, sending 1,500 police and military officers to a region that has suffered rising deforestation from wildcat mining
Peru names square in capital Lima after Palestine, angering Israeli envoy
Peruvian authorities have named a square in an upscale district of the capital Lima after Palestine, triggering strong reaction from the Israeli ambassador to the South American country.
Foodie destination Peru combatting malnutrition in children
Peru, a shining star in Latin America's culinary firmament, is battling alarming rates of malnutrition in children and pregnant women.
Researchers model tree species distributions in Amazonia
Researchers from the Amazon Research Team of the University of Turku have succeeded in producing distribution maps for a selection of important tropical tree species in Peruvian lowland Amazonia.
Peru receives asylum requests from Venezuelans
Hundreds of Venezuelans have requested asylum in Peru, an official said, just hours after the country tightened its entry requirements.
Archeologists unearth 3,800-year-old wall relief in Peru
Wall carvings were found in what was once a fishing city of the Caral civilization, the oldest in the Americas.
Sources: Peru to tighten entry requirements for Venezuelans as migration surges
The government of Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra is going to start barring Venezuelan migrants from entering the country unless they have passports, two government sources said on Thursday, following a similar decision in neighboring Ecuador.
Anti-corruption rally turns violent in Peru as riot police clash with protesters
Demonstrations have turned violent in Peru during the Independence Day rallies after protesters faced off with riot police amid simmering public anger over newly-revealed alleged corruption of the government of President Martin Vizcarra and members of the judiciary.

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