Gale Courey Toensing
9/13/11
The United States apparently feared that the U.N...
Barbara Fraser
8/25/11
A strong earthquake rattled Peru’s Amazon region on August 24, but there were no reports of injuries or serious damage...
Barbara Fraser
7/19/11
After protests from indigenous and human rights groups, the Peruvian government took a step back from proposed new regulations that critics say would threaten nomadic indigenous gr...
David Dudenhoefer
7/18/11
With less than two weeks left in office, the administration of Peruvian President Alan Garcia faces a new controversy over its treatment of uncontacted Natives in the country’s Ama...
David Dudenhoefer
6/25/11
Recently released aerial photos of an uncontacted community deep in the Brazilian rainforest offers the latest evidence of isolated Natives in the western Amazon Basin...
Barbara Fraser
6/20/11
Recent protests by indigenous communities over mining in the Andean highlands and a hydroelectric dam in the Peruvian Amazon, as well as mixed reactions to a new forestry law, are ...
ICTMN Staff
6/6/11
With 84.4 percent of the ballots counted, Nationalist candidate Ollanta Humala has won the presidential runoff election in Peru according to the national elections office...
David Dudenhoefer
6/3/11
Peruvian officials this week denied claims by the British organization Survival International that the government plans to abolish the Murunahua Territorial Reserve, created in 199...
ICTMN Staff
6/3/11
Last weekend, Puno, Peru, was rocked when more than ten thousand activists, largely Aymara Indians, blocked roads and sacked government buildings in protest of a silver mine planne...
Rick Kearns
6/10/09
Thousands of demonstrators on two continents have joined the struggle to defend the rights of indigenous peoples in Peru, who have been staging road and pipeline blockades for more...

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