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Peru coronavirus cases surpass 100,000

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Peru coronavirus cases surpass 100,000

Peru coronavirus cases surpass 100,000

Latin America has overtaken the US and Europe in new daily coronavirus cases for three days now becoming the new epicentre of the pandemic.


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Archaeologists find huge 2,000-year-old cat image carved into Peru hillside

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Venezuelan migrants are on the move once again as Latin America's borders and economies reopen after months of coronavirus lockdown.

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