News about crime in Peru.
A fourth national march organized by the collective Ni Una Menos (Not One Less) took place on Saturday in Lima to protest against crimes committed against women.
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The Supreme Court of Peru suspended the decision on the release of Keiko Fujimori, leader of the Fuerza Popular political party.
A team of agents of the National Police of Peru (PNP) captured on Tuesday a Peruvian leader of the terrorist group Islamic State, also known as ISIS and was transferred to the headquarters of the Counter-Terrorism Directorate (Dircote).
Criminal lawyer César Nakazaki estimated that former President Alejandro Toledo could return to Peru in a maximum period of eight months after he was arrested in the United States “by extradition order” last Tuesday.
The National Police of Peru captured the leader of the Maoist guerrilla, Sendero Luminoso (Shinning Path), known as Julio Chapo,…
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The Brazilian construction firm, Odebrecht, delivered to the Peruvian prosecution information they had on their web servers used to keep…
The effective collaboration agreement signed between the Public Prosecutor’s Office and the Brazilian company Odebrecht was approved by the Judicial…
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Peru’s Attorney General Is Accused Of Plagiarizing Almost His Entire Thesis For His Masters In Criminal Law
Pedro Chávarry, attorney general in Peru, is accused of plagiarizing 292 of the 356 paragraphs of his thesis with which…