Tag Archives: South America

Peru sends troops to Chilean border

The Peruvian Government of President Dina Boluarte Friday sent troops to the southern region of Tacna, bordering Chile, to support the National Police (PNP) handle the migrant crisis, Defense Minister Jorge Chávez announced. “Our action is from 100 meters from the borderline backward establishing patrols in critical points where the …

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Researchers discover over 100 new ancient designs in Peru’s Nazca lines

More than a hundred new designs discovered in and around Peru’s ancient Nazca plain and surrounding areas could bring new information to light about the mysterious pre-Columbian artworks that have intrigued scientists and visitors for decades. Following two years of field surveys with aerial photos and drones, Peruvian and Japanese …

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