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2 Oct
In a coastal desert on Chile's border with Peru, a night patrol runs into two different groups of migrants making their way across Latin America
30 Aug
A collision of two boats on the Amazon in Peru Sunday has left at least 11 passengers dead and others missing, the government said.
18 Aug
Former guerrilla Hector Bejar on Tuesday resigned as Peru's foreign minister less than three weeks after his controversial appointment.
24 Jun
The team of Peru's rightwing presidential hopeful Keiko Fujimori repeated claims of election fraud Wednesday after the United States declared the ballot "free, fair, accessible and peaceful."
23 Jun
A strong earthquake shook Lima and regions of central coastal Peru late Tuesday, with no immediate reports of casualties or damage.
22 Jun
A Peruvian judge on Monday dismissed a prosecutor's request for the detention of corruption-accused presidential hopeful Keiko Fujimori while the country awaits the outcome of June 6 elections in which she vied for the top job.
18 Jun
A tearful Neymar inspired hosts Brazil to become the first side to qualify for the Copa America knock-out stages following a 4-0 win over Peru in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday.
11 Jun
Final results from Peru's presidential election -- in which leftist Pedro Castillo considers himself the winner -- are still days away, officials said Thursday, as a prosecutor sought preventive custody for corruption-accused candidate Keiko Fujimori.
7 Jun
Right-wing populist Keiko Fujimori held a narrow lead over radical leftist Pedro Castillo following a partial vote count in Peru's presidential election on Sunday.
3 May
Far-left labour unionist Pedro Castillo is ahead of right-wing populist Keiko Fujimori among voters before Peru's June 6 presidential runoff, according to a poll released Sunday.
12 Apr
Ballots were being counted Sunday in Peruvian presidential elections destined for a run-off with no candidate able to fire up the crisis-weary nation, during its deadliest week of the Covid-19 pandemic to date.
11 Apr
Polling stations opened Sunday in Peru, with some 25 million people set to cast their ballot for a new president amid the country's deadliest week of the coronavirus

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