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RENO, Nev., April 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MUSTANG GEOTHERMAL CORP.
New research shows how the migration and settlement patterns associated with the rapid urbanization of Peru may link to Chagas disease transmission.
Conduit Capital Partners LLC, a private equity investment firm focused on infrastructure investment and development in Latin America and the Caribbean, today announced that its subsidiary, Kuntur Transportadora de Gas, S.A.C.
A deadly earthquake that hit Peru's second-largest city Tuesday killed at least six people and damaged countless homes.
LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Thousands of farmers, some holding pictures of Cuban Revolutionary hero Che Guevara, blocked highways and clashed with police on Tuesday to protest a U.S. trade deal that they say will ruin them financially.
By Patricia Zengerle AREQUIPA, Peru (Reuters) - Thousands of brightly clad Peruvians rallied to mark the formal end of campaigning on Thursday as pollsters said nationalist Ollanta Humala remained ahead in the presidential race but was unlikely to win in the first round.
By Mary Milliken AREQUIPA, Peru (Reuters) - They may be poor and tired, but the women who have come to hear Lourdes Flores talk about her plans to become Peru's first female president are no pushovers.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.