Conga dispute continues; children discovered working illegally down the mines at Cusco; pharmacies to publish medication online.
Conga Mining Project out of control; politicians accused of inappropriate behaviour on social networking sites; ex-minister under house-arrest; tribute to the Ashánica.
Vice-president Chehade is banned from congress for 120 days; first lady Nadine Heredia is critiqued by the press; Conga mining project provisionally banned; Peru named as leading economy in Latin America.
Conflicts arise over new Conga gold mine project; New allegations against ex-president Alberto Fujimori; The Chehade case goes to court; Photo-journalist shot; Vandalism in Cusco
Citizens gather to pay homage to the 1991 massacre of ice-cream vendors; journalist Paul Garay is released; enforced sterilisation comes under scrutiny and fight for Alberto Fujimori’s release continues.
Governmental transparency brought to a head; Over sixteen thousand people declared to have disappeared under the Fujimori reign; Humpback whales have returned to Peruvian shores.
Kenji Fujimori has announced that his father, the ex-president of Peru, may be pardoned for his crimes against humanity; corruption in the ranks of congress raises its head and Cusco’s indigenous population decreasing.
Things are looking up for the Peruvian economy; laws approved to continue with tourist taxation and immigrant control; 20,000 Peruvians gain citizenship status.
Economic growth, sport related death and improvements promised in the mining sector.
Catholic University debate comes to a head reflecting new adaptations in the law treating women and cocaine.
Bomb Scares hold the country in panic whilst coca strikers come to a deal and social conflict deaths are taken to court.
Vice-president declared as a persona non grata, whilst abortion debates rage and military chiefs are arrested.
Ex-president Fujimori is rushed to hospital as the country pulls itself together under a successful first month of governance for Ollanta Humala.
Shooting of Congressman’s daughter by delinquents and the discovery of missing corpses in El Santa are met with shock, whilst rumours of increased military presence spread around the country.
Official presidential handover, Ollanta’s inauguration speech, criticism of the behaviour of Fujimoristas and the dismissal of Carlos Bruce…