Two-week endurance race through Argentina, Chile, and Bolivia, overshadowed by death of driver
Sides clash over divisive legislation to formalize youth employment, while hackers bring down government websitesRead more "Protests Grow in Peru Over Youth Labor Law"
Tumbling crude prices have mixed effect on Andean country as cheaper fuel see exploration projects put on iceRead more "In Peru, Oil Price Slump Cuts Both Ways"
Archaeologists charge government with neglect of cultural heritage as fallout of NGO’s stunt at Nazca Lines rages onRead more "With Greenpeace Gone, Peru Rows Over Sacred Sites"
Andean nation levies duty to protect economy from goods cheapened by depreciating currencies as falling crude oil prices stunts growthRead more "Ecuador Slaps Tariffs on Colombia, Peru Imports"
Sleep-deprived negotiators from nearly 200 nations agreed early Sunday morning on the framework for an international climate change pactRead more "UN Climate Change Talks Reach Agreement to Curb Greenhouse Gas Emissions"
TWENTY Greenpeace activists accused of damaging Peru’s ancient Nazca lines were last night said to have left the country amid calls for their arrest.Read more "Greenpeace Rocked by Peru Stunt Backlash"