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A dog dressed in a costume takes part in the Pet's Halloween Day parade at El Olivar Park in San Isidro, Lima, October 31, 2015. (Photo by Mariana Bazo/Reuters)

A dog dressed in a costume takes part in the Pet's Halloween Day parade at El Olivar Park in San Isidro, Lima, October 31, 2015. (Photo by Mariana Bazo/Reuters)
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03 Nov 2015 08:08:00
Actors portraying "corrupted people" participate in the "Unmask the Corrupt" event, organized by the Transparency International non-governmental organization to create awareness on corruption, in Lima, November 12, 2015. (Photo by Mariana Bazo/Reuters)

Actors portraying "corrupted people" participate in the "Unmask the Corrupt" event, organized by the Transparency International non-governmental organization to create awareness on corruption, in Lima, November 12, 2015. (Photo by Mariana Bazo/Reuters)
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16 Nov 2015 08:00:00
A woman is assisted while crossing a flooded street after the Huayco river overflooded its banks sending torrents of mud and water rushing through the streets, in Huachipa, Peru on March 17, 2017. (Photo by Guadalupe Pardo/Reuters)

A woman is assisted while crossing a flooded street after the Huayco river overflooded its banks sending torrents of mud and water rushing through the streets, in Huachipa, Peru on March 17, 2017. Muddy water spilled onto streets and into homes on Thursday in a new round of unusually heavy rains that has killed at least a dozen people in Peru and now threatens flooding in the capital. (Photo by Guadalupe Pardo/Reuters)
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18 Mar 2017 10:24:00
A car mechanic repairs a tire hoop at the Nicolini Collection Car Museum in Lima, Peru June 1, 2017. (Photo by Guadalupe Pardo/Reuters)

A car mechanic repairs a tire hoop at the Nicolini Collection Car Museum in Lima, Peru June 1, 2017. (Photo by Guadalupe Pardo/Reuters)
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03 Jun 2017 06:32:00
A miner holds an amalgam of mercury and gold he mined after working a 28-hour shift at an illegal gold mining process in La Pampa, in Peru's Madre de Dios region. (Photo by Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo)

In this May 4, 2014 photo, a miner holds an amalgam of mercury and gold he mined after working a 28-hour shift at an illegal gold mining process, in La Pampa, in Peru's Madre de Dios region. Thousands of artisanal gold miners sweat through the long shifts and endure, for a few grams of gold, the perils of collapsing earth, limb-crushing machinery and the toxic mercury used to bind gold flecks. (Photo by Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo)
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14 May 2014 10:05:00
People remove mud and rocks from their house after a massive landslide in Chosica, March 24, 2015. Seven people were killed and more were feared dead in Peru after a massive landslide buried parts of a town amid heavy rains, authorities said on Tuesday. Six were missing and 25 injured in the disaster in Chosica, some 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) east of Lima, said Alfredo Murgueytio, the head of the National Civil Defense Institute, Indeci. (Photo by Mariana Bazo/Reuters)

People remove mud and rocks from their house after a massive landslide in Chosica, March 24, 2015. Seven people were killed and more were feared dead in Peru after a massive landslide buried parts of a town amid heavy rains, authorities said on Tuesday. Six were missing and 25 injured in the disaster in Chosica, some 30 kilometers (18.6 miles) east of Lima, said Alfredo Murgueytio, the head of the National Civil Defense Institute, Indeci. (Photo by Mariana Bazo/Reuters)
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25 Mar 2015 11:45:00
In this March 13, 2015 photo,  Yohan, 4, from left, Cristian, 7, and Angelo, 6, playfully toss coca leaves into the air, singing: “I have a lot of money, look at all the money I have”, in La Mar, province of Ayacucho, Peru. Hauling cocaine out of the remote valley is about the only way to earn decent cash in this region where a farmhand earns less than $10 a day. Beyond extinguishing young lives, the practice has packed Peru's highland prisons with cocaine backpackers while their bosses evade incarceration. (Photo by Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo)

In this March 13, 2015 photo, Yohan, 4, from left, Cristian, 7, and Angelo, 6, playfully toss coca leaves into the air, singing: “I have a lot of money, look at all the money I have”, in La Mar, province of Ayacucho, Peru. Hauling cocaine out of the remote valley is about the only way to earn decent cash in this region where a farmhand earns less than $10 a day. Beyond extinguishing young lives, the practice has packed Peru's highland prisons with cocaine backpackers while their bosses evade incarceration. (Photo by Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo)
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12 May 2015 12:40:00
A worker carries a bag of salt after collecting it from a pond at the Maras mines in Cuzco December 3, 2014. Salt has been obtained in Maras since pre-Incan times by evaporating highly salty local subterranean stream water. The water is intricately channelled through constructions, flowing gradually down onto several hundred ancient terraced ponds. (Photo by Enrique Castro-Mendivil/Reuters)

A worker carries a bag of salt after collecting it from a pond at the Maras mines in Cuzco December 3, 2014. Salt has been obtained in Maras since pre-Incan times by evaporating highly salty local subterranean stream water. The water is intricately channelled through constructions, flowing gradually down onto several hundred ancient terraced ponds. From each pond, a local member of the mine cooperative can produce 150 to 200 kilos per month which can be sold in the markets at $0.34 per kilogram, according to miners. (Photo by Enrique Castro-Mendivil/Reuters)
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05 Dec 2014 13:36:00