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Ollanta Humala, the leftist military man who won Peru's presidency after abandoning a radical platform, promised in his inaugural address last month to make his priority the one in three Peruvians still mired in poverty.
An anti-establishment military man who promises to redistribute Peru's wealth won the most votes in Sunday's presidential vote and is headed into a runoff against the daughter of imprisoned former President Alberto Fujimori, unofficial results showed.
China raised its key interest rate Tuesday for the first time since the global financial crisis as it tries to control inflation and rapid growth even as other Asian economies move to keep their recoveries on track.
PISCO, Peru (AP) — Soldiers headed yesterday to stretches of a highway plagued by looting near this southern fishing city, trying to restore order in an area devastated first by a magnitude-8 earthquake and now beset by what the government called "highway robbers."