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Economy News Sunflower Updated February 07, 2018 1035 0 1 0 0
According to the latest report from the Peruvian National Society of Mining, Oil and Energy (Sociedad Nacional de Minería, Petróleo y Energía – SNMPE) Peru was the largest gold producer in Latin America mining 151 metric tons of the precious metal in 2017.
Safety & Security News Sunflower Updated January 27, 2019 2892 0 1 0 0
Just recently InSight Crime, a non-profit journalism and investigative organization specialized in monitoring and informing about organized crime in Latin America and the Caribbean, published the latest “Homicide Round-Up” for the region.
Safety & Security News Sunflower Updated January 14, 2018 619 0 1 0 0
Early Sunday morning at 04.18 am local time a magnitude 7.1 earthquake shock southern Peru killing at least 2 people and causing damages to infrastructure and homes.
Economy News Sunflower Updated April 23, 2018 2180 0 1 0 0
According to the latest United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) report the production of coca leaves in Peru increased by 10% from 96,304 tons of sun dried coca leaves in 2015 to 105,960 tons in 2016.
Sports News Sunflower Updated December 11, 2017 2217 0 7 0 0
The original Marathon de Sables is held every year in the Sahara Desert in southern Morocco and is known to be the toughest long distance running race in the world. For the first time a replica of the ultramarathon was held in the Ica desert of Peru, one of the driest regions on earth, from November 26 to December...
Living & Lifestyle News Sunflower Updated December 09, 2017 1169 0 1 0 0
Great Place to Work, a globally operating consulting firm based in the US with branches in 58 countries, just recently revealed the results of their latest study “50 Best Places to Work in Peru 2017”.
Travel News Sunflower Updated November 30, 2017 1194 0 1 0 0
Yesterday once again the access to Machu Picchu was blocked. Huge rocks were place on the tracks of the train route to Machu Picchu Pueblo, buses blocked the only access road from there to the Inca citadel and enraged citizens protested in town. Hundreds of visitors were stranded and couldn’t get to Machu Picchu or back.
Travel News Sunflower Updated November 29, 2017 788 0 1 0 0
For years visiting Machu Picchu was the main reason most travelers came to Peru. Slowly, but surely this is changing and other gems the country has to offer gain popularity and international recognition. One of them is the walled city of Kuelap.
Living & Lifestyle News Sunflower Updated November 28, 2017 1224 0 5 0 0
Traffic in Lima is horrendous; parking spaces are scarce. To encourage people to leave their car at home and think about alternative means of transport, the district of San Isidro in Lima launched a new public bus service called MiBus.
Technology & Science News TinTin Updated October 05, 2018 1254 0 1 0 0
The Internet of things “IoT” is the network of a variety of devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators and network connectivity which enable these objects to connect, exchange data and automate certain daily routines in all segments of life.