Americas, Peru, Opinion, Politics
Americas, Ecuador, Peru, Politics
Alberto Fujimori, former Peruvian president branded as a dictator, received a pardon for the crimes committed during his presidency. Let’s review this story a little. Was he really a dictator? Does he deserve forgiveness? Judge for yourself.
Americas, Peru, Venezuela
Latin American history is plagued by hundreds of wars and a few peace treaties, such as Peru and Ecuador, nations that in 1941 staged a decades-long armed conflict over territorial disputes. Now the conflict between the two countries has sparked once again. The reason? A 6-meter high border wall.
Americas, Peru, World
Venezuela has been on the radar of hundreds of international news sites and several human rights organizations. The economic situation of the country and mass protests against the national government has given them some things to talk about.
Machu Picchu is one of the most remarkable historical sites in the world, set high in the Andes Mountains in Peru. Since it was discovered in 1911, the site gradually turned into a hotspot for tourists in South America. Today it holds many titles, such as UNESCO World Heritage Site and New Wonder of the World.