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19 August 2013
Leaked audio recordings appear to show members of the government pressuring judge to acquit commandos, including Montesinos, who were charged with extrajudicial executions.
15 August 2013
The move comes after his ministry warned that expansion of Camisea gasfield could disrupt isolated peoples' ways of life and expose them to deadly diseases.
09 August 2013
After 2012 accident by the part-British firm, test results released under a freedom of information request show excessive levels of metals in the blood of members of the nearby community.
01 August 2013
Peruvian government bows to pressure from relatives and international ruling, twenty years since other victims' bodies were located.
25 July 2013
Industry says new limits would be impossible to meet, but critics accuse the government of protecting investors at the expense of Peruvians' health.
18 July 2013
The appointment of a constitutional court judge and human rights ombudsperson with links to ex-president Fujimori have been criticised as the outcome of political horse-trading that could promote impunity.
12 July 2013
Diverse groups have taken to the streets to oppose government reforms that they say threaten workers' rights and university autonomy, as concerns about the criminalisation of protest persist.
04 July 2013
We highlight some important upcoming events and developments to watch for. The Peru Support Group will be bringing you coverage and analysis as they emerge.
28 June 2013
Campaigners criticise penalty imposed on part-British-owned consortium for 2012 copper spill that caused health problems in hundreds of people.
24 June 2013
Despite government action, the proportion of children working remains among the highest in the region, as debate over the causes continues.