Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori (front) attends his trial on the "Chicha Newspapers" case, at the Direction of Special Operations of National Police (DINOES, for its acronym in Spanish), in Lima City, capital of Peru, on Aug. 25, 2014. Xinhua News Agency, 3 weeks ago
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(Updates to add loan data in 10th paragraph.) Sept. 22 (Bloomberg) -- DoubleLine Capital LP's Luz Padilla has a secret weapon that's helping her emerging-market bond fund beat 97 percent of its rivals: Peru. The Andean nation's corporate bond ...La Repubblica, 6 hours ago Peru's 80-Fold Market Boom Draws DoubleLine to Top Bonds Bloomberg, 9 hours ago
Peruvian LGBT rights advocates at a meeting of LGBT activists from Latin America and the Caribbean in Lima, Peru, on Sept. 5, 2014. (Washington Blade photo by Michael K. Lavers) LIMA, Peru — Anita Araujo Rodríguez of the Civil Union Now ...Washington Blade, 4 days ago Latin America's military is making a comeback GlobalPost, 1 month ago Is Latin America's Military Making a Comeback? NBCNews.com, 1 month ago Latin America's Militaries Are Making A Comeback Business Insider, 1 month ago
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has pledged that from now on, with God's permission, no prime minister shall be held accountable at a court, he will only be accountable to those who vote for him, and in the presence of God. That is a perfect ...Turkish Daily, 6 days ago
From three former presidents under investigation for charges for money laundering to selling pardons, and over 90 percent of Peru's mayors accused of corruption, Peru is facing systemic corruption. • InSight Crime researches, analyzes, and ...Christian Science Monitor, 1 week ago Yet Another Former Peru President to Face Criminal Charges? InSight Crime, 2 weeks ago
If the U.S. wants to keep the Summit of the Americas process on track and regain some measure of influence in the hemisphere, it will have to change its Cuba policy, pronto. Reframing our policy and saving the Summit process isn't as tough as it ...Brookings Institution, 1 week ago
By , Enrique Zileri, a preeminent Latin American journalist and scourge to a succession of repressive Peruvian governments during his decades at the helm of Caretas, his county's top newsmagazine, died Aug. 24 at a hospital in Lima. He was 83. ...Washington Post, 3 weeks ago Enrique Zileri, influential Peruvian editor, dies at 83 Washington Post, 3 weeks ago
LIMA, Peru Enrique Zileri, who as longtime director of Peru's leading newsmagazine defied despotism and battled corruption with stubborn independence, died Monday at age 83. The Caretas magazine under Zileri was highly critical of the ...Canadian Business Magazine, 4 weeks ago Peruvian Journalist Zileri Dead at 83 ABC News, 4 weeks ago
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The recent nomination of two South American candidates to lead the 34-country Organization of American States (OAS) is causing concern — and in some cases alarm — in international human rights circles. And judging from some recent stands by ...Miami Herald, 4 weeks ago
LIMA (AFP) .- Peru began auctioning off the jewelry collection of jailed ex-spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos on Monday, looking to recoup more than $1 million of the public funds he was convicted of stealing. Montesinos was the head of the ...Artdaily.org, 1 month ago AFP - Peru-crime-corruption-jewelry-auction Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago Peru auctions jailed ex-spy's jewels to recoup stolen funds Oman Observer, 1 month ago
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