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Indigenous tribe fear effect on their lives and environment if energy companies return to exploit their land.
Farmers threaten to keep striking, saying taxes are making their products non-competitive.
Government promises to return land to its rightful owners as part of an ambitious land restitution programme.
Evo Morales' first term as country's first indigenous leader fails to meet expectations of some of his supporters.
College offers through-the-night courses to full-time workers looking to advance careers through education.
Almost 800 people are homeless after a fire swept through a settlement area in city of Chimbote.
Only survivor of botched rescue attempt reunites with family as relatives of victims denounce police mission.
US agency detains people in Ohio after breakaway Amish group is accused of undertaking hate crimes in its own community.
Farmers leave laborious jobs for more lucrative but often dangerous illegal gold-mining.
Forty-one candidates killed by paramilitary groups and criminal gangs ahead of local elections.
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