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Latest Peru Items
Underwhelming up front and uneasy at the back - but England still signed off with a victory at Wembley Stadium before the World Cup.
England survived defensive lapses to overcome Peru 3-0 on Friday in its final game at Wembley Stadium before the World Cup.
A northern Indiana city recently hit by a shake-up of some of its top officers has hired an attorney to conduct a comprehensive review of its police department's policies and procedures.
Joran van der Sloot's lawyer says the convicted murder is soon to be both father and husband.
The National Geographic Society has a long association with Peru: Archaeologist Herman Bingham, who has been called a real-life Indiana Jones, was on assignment for National Geographic when he discovered Machu Picchu, the lost city of the Incas, in 1911.
Matt Heiden and Tito are work partners and buddies. Tito likes to fetch a red rubber ball, chewing on it like a pacifier. And Tito's great around kids, including Heiden's four children.
B-K West is more than just a drive-in restaurant to its owner, J.D. Hann. It's a piece of his childhood, a historic Peru landmark, and it's his baby.
About the time you start to notice the "first robin of springtime," other telltale signs of the season start to appear.
Detroit Zoo staff members and volunteers plan to deliver school supplies to rural communities along the Amazon River in Peru.