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Cuban Doctors Reinforce Hospital Staff for Peruvian Victims

Specialists from the Cuban medical brigade working in the northern Peruvian city began today to reinforce the field hospital installed to take care of the victims

Peruvian President Supervises Assistance in Flooded Areas

Due to floods and landslides, the Government committed S/.2.5 million (about US$769,000) to address the health emergency

Cuban Medical Brigade Begins Working in Peruvian City of Piura

The Cuban doctors began offering their services in field hospital tents they carried with them along with 4.2 tons of medicines and medical supplies

Cuba President Raul Castro Sends Condolence Message to Peru

Latest heavy rains in Peru caused rivers to burst their banks, floods and avalanches, killing 75 people till the latest update

Kuczynski Ahead in the Final Stage of the Counting of Votes in Peru

The counting of votes of the second round of the presidential elections carried out on Sunday in Peru will enter its final stage with the expected confirmation of the tight victory of Pedro Pablo Kuczynski

Peruvians to Vote in Second Round of Election

Peruvians will vote in a second round of election two months from now, as Keiko Fujimori, who is expecting the official results of the voting to know who will be her rival, was the most voted candidate

Ollanta Humala Pays Official Visit to Cuba

The president of Peru, Ollanta Humala, will travel to Cuba  on official visit, confirmed sources close to the president’s office after the approval of the trip by the Standing Committee of the Congress of the Republic

Peru to Resume Presence in Antarctic Zone

The President of Peru, Ollanta Humala, announced today an increased presence of his country in Antarctica, during a visit to Machu Picchu base located in that continent.

President Ollanta Humala Supporters Up

Popular support for President Ollanta Humala has increased again, reaching 57 percent, according to a survey released today by the Datum private company.