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  1. Secret sacrifice chamber found beneath 1,200-year-old temple:...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Daily Mail

    Secret sacrifice chamber found beneath 1,200-year-old temple: Contorted skeletons of women believed to have been offered to pre-Incan gods in bloodthirsty rituals are unearthed in Peru It is believed they were sacrificed and rituals at the time included decapitation and drinking of the victim's blood Buried beneath the remains of an ancient temple in the Pucala district of Peru, archaeologists have made a grisly discovery that yields among the first clues to 1,200-year-old sacrificial rituals. The bodies of six women, believed to have been ritually killed in a secret compound on the site of the temple, were found alongside the remains of a llama and ceramics.

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  2. Archaeologists find remains of women sacrificed 1,000 years ago in PeruRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Jerusalem Post

    A team of Peruvian archaeologists have discovered the remains of at least six women who were believed to have been sacrificed some 1,000 years ago at an ancient ceremonial site in Peru's north. The remains were discovered during excavations at a temple in Lambayeque, some 750 kilometers north of Lima.

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  3. #LASCWeds Talk: Mining Conflicts in Cajamarca (Peru), by Lynda SullivanRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Indymedia.ie

    In the northern highlands of Peru, in a region known as Cajamarca, indigenous-campesino communities are struggling to protect their land and their water supply from destruction. A multinational mining corporation, backed up by the World Bank, wants to turn the mountain lakes, the source of water for tens of thousands of subsistence farmers, into immense open pits.

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  4. Peruvian woman caught cheating on her husband with her own nephew...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 7 | Daily Mail

    Peruvian woman caught cheating on her husband with her own nephew is whipped in public by village elder as punishment The woman is being whipped by a village elder, having been caught cheating on her husband with her own nephew. Punished: The woman is brought out in front of the village in the Cajamarca region in the northern Andes, Peru A video of the public punishment shows the woman, bending over as one of the female leaders of the community lifts up her skirt and hits her backside with a stick.

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  5. Video shows bulls charging into crowds of people as part of a festival in PeruRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 6 | Daily Mail

    Slovenian-born Melania Trump speaks out to DEFEND husband Donald's immigration policies as she poses up in their penthouse It's NOT an H bomb: White House says evidence disproves North Korea's claim to have made ultimate weapon No passport, no flight: Driver's licenses from five states will no longer be valid to board a domestic flight EXCLUSIVE: Amy Winehouse's mother suspected the singer had Tourette's and reveals her tragic final days - she cut her face, stubbed cigarettes out on her cheek, lost teeth and bones stuck out of her knees More than half of Americans are just $500 away from a personal financial disaster and can't handle an unexpected emergency bill How to spot a black hole from your back garden: Researchers say astronomical phenomena CAN be seen using visible light EXCLUSIVE: 'I'm living day to day' - boyfriend's grief over sorority girl shot dead 'by Marine' after rap ... (more)

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  6. 8 injured at running of the bulls event in PeruRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2016 | RTE.ie

    At least eight people were injured during an annual running of the bulls event that went awry in Huancavelica in Peru's Cusco province on Saturday. The event, where bulls are released into an open field, is part of a four-day religious festival held between December 30 and January 2. The bullfighting industry organises about 540 bullfights a year in Peru, mostly in the departments of Cajamarca, Lima, and Ancash.

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  7. Bulls launch frenzied attack on screaming spectators after escaping during annual runRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2016 | Mirror.co.uk

    A terrifying video has captured the moment a herd of rogue bulls gored a crowd of screaming spectators at a festival in Peru.

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  8. Mark St. John Wright Buys 118,182 Shares of Inca One Gold Corp (IO) StockRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 30, 2015 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Inca One Gold Corp insider Mark St. John Wright acquired 118,182 shares of Inca One Gold Corp stock in a transaction on Wednesday, December 23rd. The stock was acquired at an average price of C$0.11 per share, with a total value of C$13,000.02.

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  9. Women of the Americas March in PeruRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2015 | Grassroots Journal

    With drums, solidarity, art and action, members of the World March of Women gathered in Cajamarca, Peru this October. This gathering of one hundred women from Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Quebec, United States and Venezuela marked the fourth regional meeting of the World March of Women of the Americas.

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  10. Terrifying footage shows bull leaping over barriers into crowd after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2015 | Mirror.co.uk

    At least four people were injured when a bull leapt over barriers in a Peruvian bullring and ran amok among spectators. The bull had entered a bullring on October 18 during the closing of a traditional feast to celebrate the patron saint of Taraco, in the province of Huancane, Puno.

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  11. Peru protesters lift blockade at China-funded mine in hope of talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2015 | Los Angeles Times

    Protesters at the site of a China-backed copper mine in Peru where bloody confrontations this week left four dead agreed Wednesday to lift their blockade for 24 hours in the hope of holding talks with the government to ease their health and safety concerns. About 7,000 mostly indigenous protesters are facing off with police at the site of the Las Bambas mine in the Apurimac Valley, where the Chinese firm MMG is investing $7.4 billion in a mine that was slated to begin operations early next year.

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  12. Insider Selling: Inca One Gold Corp Director Sells 110,000 Shares of StockRead the original story

    Sep 30, 2015 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Inca One Gold Corp Director Axel Gunther Ruediger Roehlig sold 110,000 shares of Inca One Gold Corp stock in a transaction on Friday, September 25th. The stock was sold at an average price of C$0.09, for a total transaction of C$9,900.00.

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  13. Vigilantes delivering rough justice proudly post pictures of themselves torturing criminalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2015 | Mirror.co.uk

    One man was forced to eat raw chili, another was forced to stand on an anthill, and a woman was undressed and forced to walk along a busy street with a sign around her neck saying: "I'm a thief" Vigilantes in Peru have been doling out rough justice to criminals and then posting pictures of the savage - and elaborate - punishments online. One man was forced to eat raw chili, another was forced to stand on an anthill, and a woman was undressed and forced to walk along a busy street with a sign around her neck saying: "I'm a thief".

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  14. Intact Pacopampa Tomb Discovered in Northern PeruRead the original story

    Sep 17, 2015 | Archaeology

    An intact tomb containing the remains of two high priests has been discovered in the Cajamarca region of Peru by a team of Peruvian and Japanese researchers led by archaeologist Yuji Seki. Daniel Morales, co-director of the project, said that the 2,700-year-old tomb of the Pacopampa culture is being called the Tomb of the Serpent-Jaguar Priests because of a ceramic vessel in the shape of a serpent with a jaguar's head that was found near one of the bodies.

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  15. Peruvian prelate denounces lynchingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2015 | Catholic World News

    "I saw how peasant patrols in Cajamarca have buried thieves alive," said Bishop ngel Simn Piorno of Chimbote. "I must say that it is not possible to encourage this campaign, because it means approving barbarism, an act of extreme cruelty."

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  16. Insider Selling: Inca One Gold Corp insider Sells 12,500 Shares of StockRead the original story

    Sep 8, 2015 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Inca One Gold Corp insider Global Resources Investment Tr sold 12,500 shares of the firm's stock in a transaction that occurred on Friday, September 4th. The shares were sold at an average price of C$0.13, for a total value of C$1,587.50.

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  17. Insider Selling: Global Resources Investment Tr Sells 258,500 Shares of Inca One Gold Corp StockRead the original story

    Sep 2, 2015 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Inca One Gold Corp insider Global Resources Investment Tr sold 258,500 shares of Inca One Gold Corp stock in a transaction on Friday, August 28th. The shares were sold at an average price of C$0.12, for a total transaction of C$30,037.70.

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  18. Required ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2015 | Hyperallergic

    This week, college and the market, foundations funding inequality, MoMA by the numbers, 1-star Yelp reviews of US National Parks, and more. But we no longer have youth as it was imagined by modernity.

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  19. Newborn two-headed calf is freaking out farmers who fear it will bring evilRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2015 | Mirror.co.uk

    The unfortunate baby cow was born with two heads, but agricultural officials have denied it could be a result of environmental pollution Two faced: This strange looking two headed calf has spooked people in a remote area in Peru where it was born A village has been divided over the birth of a two-headed calf after some labelled it good fortune and others said it was a sign of bad things to come. Some locals in the remote area where it was born claim it is a sign from God, while others believe it was a mythical birth or that the cow must have experienced some sort of environmental pollution due to mining in the region.

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  20. TWO-HEADED calf is born in Peru as villagers are split over whether ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2015 | Daily Mail

    HEADED calf is born in Peru as villagers are split over whether it's an evil sign or a gift from God A two-headed calf born in Peru has divided villagers wondering if it is a good or a bad omen from God. Some believe that the calf, born in the north western Cajamarca region, was sent by the almighty as a warning over all the evils in the world.

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