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Riot police used tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters in new unrest in Peru's capital Lima
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Thousands march in Peru calling for president's resignation
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Young Peruvian talent shines at the 2022 Salzburg Festival
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Peruvian shamans perform ritual to neutralise Australian football team
At the top of a sacred hill in Lima, twelve shamans place coca leaves in a ceramic pot over a bonfire and perform a ritual to neutralise the Australian players who will face Peru on Monday for a coveted place in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
One of South America's largest cemeteries fumigated for dengue fever
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After 2 years of COVID, Peru's clowns return
After being suspended for two years due to COVID-19 hundreds of clowns dressed in colorful costumes, wigs and face paint marched through the streets of central Lima on Wednesday to celebrate Peruvian Clown Day.
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Hundreds of people dressed as clowns took to the streets of Lima to celebrate the annual Peruvian Clown Day, in honour of a beloved clown who died in 1987.
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