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  1. President Boyd K. Packer - 'defender' and 'tender'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | Deseret News

    ... of his April 2004 General Conference talk, simply titled "Children." He recalled a chilly Sunday evening in Cuzco, Peru, as a young boy dressed only in a long, ragged shirt entered mid-meeting, eyeing bread on the sacrament table. Shooed away by a ...

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  2. Camino Minerals Sells Rojo Resources, Identifies 12 Beds of...Read the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Resource Investing News

    ... CDN$592,000. The Company is also pleased to report on the progress at its Red Beds Project, Department of Cuzco, Peru.Field crews completed the property evaluation and have identified twelve beds of high-grade copper-silver mineralization: five in ...

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  3. Camino Minerals Sells Wholly Owned Rojo Resources and Provides Red Beds Project UpdateRead the original story

    May 19, 2015 | Canada NewsWire

    ... of approximately The Company is also pleased to report on the progress at its Red Beds Project, Department of Cuzco, Peru. Field crews completed the property evaluation and have identified twelve beds of high-grade copper-silver mineralization: five ...

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  4. Peru's Apurimac region poised to become major mining hubRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | SNL Financial

    Until recently, residents in the Apurimac region relied on small-scale agriculture as the main economic activity to survive in one of Peru's most impoverished areas. But now, things are changing, as a mining boom takes hold of the tiny region located high in the Andean mountains.

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  5. Olivia Newton-John has acrophobiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | ContactMusic.com

    ... - the president of the Amazon Herb Company - on top of a mountain in a private Incan spiritual ceremony in Cuzco, Peru. Olivia and John tied the knot in June 2008 and after seven years being wed, the blonde beauty knows how to keep him happy - she ...

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  6. MoreRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 13 | Art Daily

    ... exhibition, including: iconic fashion studies of Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn, the artist's wife; Quechua children in Cuzco, Peru; tribesmen in New Guinea; color flower studies; nudes; portraits of urban laborers; and still lifes. The artist's beloved ...

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  7. Met Museum to Present Irving Penn Centennial Exhibition in 2017...Read the original story

    Friday Jun 12 | PressReleasePoint

    ... exhibition, including: iconic fashion studies of Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn, the artist's wife; Quechua children in Cuzco, Peru; tribesmen in New Guinea; color flower studies; nudes; portraits of urban laborers; and still lifes. The artist's beloved ...

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  8. Head Case: The Debate That Divided ArchaeologyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | Neatorama

    Ephraim George Squier was a year into his journey across Peru when he reached the city of Cuzco. Evidence of his trek clung to his body: skin tattooed with mud, armpits ripe from the humidity, clothes so soiled their original color was obscured.

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  9. Why China's 3,000-mile Latin American railway is great news for investorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | MoneyWeek

    The Egyptians had the pyramids; the Incas had Cuzco; the French dug Suez, and the Americans the Panama Canal. Every society marks its greatness with a physical act of wonder.

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  10. Peruvian PanacheRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2015 | American Way

    Annie Hurlbut, CEO of the luxury clothing line Peruvian Connection, shares her passion for ethnographic art she found in the heart of Cuzco, Peru - the storied capital of the Inca Empire One of the hand-carved, A wooden chalices - called keros - A features a man playing the A charango, a small lute that originated in A post-A Columbian times. There's also the sacred flower of the Incas - a kantu - and a colorful parrot A painted on the goblet; the scene A offers a glimpse into the life and times around 1500 A.D. Other shelves in the living room support finely carved indigenous bowls and three-A dimensional engraved tiles, all from Peru.

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  11. Peru: Huge strike targets mining giantRead the original story

    May 28, 2015 | Green Left Weekly

    A 48-hour strike regional strike in the south of Peru defied a state of emergency on Mary 27 and 28, continuing to protest against Southern Copper Corp's unpopular Tia Maria mine. May 28 marked the 68th day of continued protests against the mining project in the province of Islay.

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  12. Scaling the heights of Lima's food sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2015 | Boston.com

    This is a city that breezes by in the rearview mirror for most travelers rushing east to the green peaks of Machu Picchu. What they see of Lima after disembarking from their planes are strip malls, inexpensive Chinese restaurants, and workers waiting to squeeze into packed buses.

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  13. Andean concertino debuts at DSORead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2015 | Detroit News

    The Peruvian city of Cuzco provides the inspiration for composer Gabriela Lena Frank's Concertino CusqueA o, which will have its local debut tonight at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. The composition was inspired in part by Frank's affection for Cuzco, Peru - a United Nations World Heritage Site.

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  14. From Indigenous Struggle to EcosocialismRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2015 | Counterpunch

    "Hugo Blanco was born for the first time in Cuzco, 1934. He arrived in Peru, a country divided in two.

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  15. Dallas Museum of Art organizes its first exhibition dedicated exclusively to Andean artRead the original story

    May 17, 2015 | Art Daily

    Star-shaped club head/Cabeza de porra en forma de estrella Peru: Andean coast A.D. 100-700. Copper.

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  16. Local student addresses ESU's Honors ConvocationRead the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2015 | Pocono Record

    East Stroudsburg University recently honored 288 students during its 34th annual Honors Convocation held  in the Abeloff Center for the Performing Arts. The Honors Convocation is sponsored by the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties with a grant from the ESU Office of Academic Affairs.

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  17. Review: Giant Peruvian Inca CornRead the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2015 | Taquitos.net

    Taste: This bag of corn intrigued us at the store by promising to be GIANT . Looking through the window on the bag, the kernels inside did look pretty big.

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  18. The Andean Condor is in Trouble. The Reasons are Known, and PreventableRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2015 | Towleroad

    ... threaten the species.Ronald Daniel Concha Sanchez, a wildlife inspector who works for Galvez-Durand'sagency in Cuzco, Peru, regularly reports merchants in the old Inca capital for sellingfeathers and other condor parts. "It's very hard," he says. ...

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  19. Drug trade's lowest rung: Peru's cocaine backpackersRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2015 | St. Petersburg Times

    The lung-searing ascents into the Andean highlands aren't what worry the untold hundreds of young men who hump backpacks loaded with drugs out of the remote, lawless valley that produces about 60 percent of Peru's cocaine. Armed gangs, crooked police and rival backpackers regularly rob cocaine's beasts of burden on their three- to five-day journeys over mountain paths carved by their pre-Incan ancestors.

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  20. Outsized risks face Peru's expendable cocaine couriersRead the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2015 | The Times Bulletin

    He slides two T-shirts, shorts, canned tuna, toasted corn and boiled potatoes into the rucksack atop 11 pounds of semi-refined cocaine. In a side pocket, a .38-caliber Chinese pistol.

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