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Peru for decades, the lasting product of a collapse in the economy and of trust in the political system in the 1980s. They have continued even as the economy has boomed, with annual average growth of 6.5% since 2003. But the country's latest
Peruvian police fired tear gas at hundreds of students and civil servants in Lima on Thursday as they marched towards Congress to protest reforms that would impose tougher standards on universities and bureaucrats. Protesters lashed out at President
News Analysis & Opinion Related Topics Peru's President Ollanta Humala announces to the media his denial of the request of former President Alberto Fujimori for an humanitarian pardon based on medical reasons, at the Government Palace in Lima, June 7,
Peru Leader's Family Discord Becomes Magnetic Sideshow as Approval Sags Oscar Durand for The New York Times President Ollanta Humala has been trying to deflect questions about his familial disputes. Peru Presidents everywhere are criticized by those
Gene Smith Dies at 83; Wrote Biographies of World Leaders Published: August 3, 2012 Gene Smith, who with a vivid touch depicted the lives of presidents, prime ministers and generals in a series of popular biographies, among them the 1964 best seller
In the annual presidential speech to Congress, Mr Humala said he aimed to cut Peru's poverty to 15% by the end of his term in 2016. He said his government had not yet achieved all it set out to do. The address comes days after Mr Humala reshuffled
48 Cajamarca region still under state of emergency a week after five people were killed in clashes with police [Reuters] President Ollanta Humala has selected Justice Minister Juan Jimenez to be his next prime minister, sources close to the cabinet
The average price of homes sold in Lima Metropolitan Area rose 19.9% in 2011, to 262,043 Soles (US$ 99,449), according to Peru Tinsa , though this may partly reflect a change in the composition of home sales (there is no house price index in Peru).
Peru's President Ollanta Humala (R) and first lady Nadine Heredia talk to each other during the swearing in ceremony of new ministers at the government palace in Lima, May 14, 2012. Peru's economy is solid and the country has international reserves
Peru, who is leading protests against the stalled Minas Conga copper and gold project, has called for a rebellion against the government of President Ollanta Humala. The government responded Wednesday by launching an investigation into his statements.