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DNA tests finished on Peruvian elongated skulls: They were Europeans

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The multicultural mainstream media always portrays everything as anything else except for white European, prior to any DNA tests whatsoever. This is all because of planned anti-white racism by the globalists. Prior to any DNA studies, the media was circulating photos of remakes/rebuilds made on computers using 3D CGI and in all their CGIs they were Native Indians despite red and blonde hair still... 

BREAKING: REAL ALIENS HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED IN PERU

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After dozens of years of speculations and stupid grainy videos of UFOs, it is now finally official. Aliens have been discovered in Peru and confirmed by Russian scientists. These humanoid aliens look exactly how people who claim they had encounters, described them. Even though the Russian scientists tried to come up with all kinds of explanations such as different evolutionary paths for a different... 

Peru's President Pardons Former Dictator Fujimori

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Just six days after he narrowly dodged impeachment on corruption charges, Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski pardoned former Peruvian dictator Alberto Fujimori of Japanese descent, who ruled the country from 1990 to 2000. Fujimori was deposed in a soft coup in 2000 when the government turned against him, and in 2007 he was sentenced to six years in prison for ordering illegal searches and seizures.... 

New Experiment Suggests Humans Can Grow Potatoes on Mars

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The International Potato Center (CIP) in Peru has announced that they have successfully grown potatoes in a hermetically-sealed orbital environment that simulates conditions on Mars, indicating that it is possible to repeat the events of the 2015 film The Martian, by growing crops in red-planet soil. The interior of the Peruvian CubeSat satellite was designed to mimic Martian conditions as closely... 

Peruvians riot TPP & Obama visit, clash with police, dozens arrested

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Police surrounded and scuffled with over 100 activists who gathered in Lima’s financial quarter to denounce the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal and visiting US President Barack Obama, who is there to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Forum (APEC). The demonstrators were holding signs with the letters TPP crossed over, slogans reading “TPP kills” and other banners as they sought to march... 

World's largest thermal river discovered in Peru

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Scientists say they have discovered the largest boiling river in the Peruvian Amazon. The river reaches up to 80 feet at its widest point and 15 at its deepest. It runs hot for four miles, reaching the boiling point of 100 degrees in some parts. That’s hot enough to cause third-degree burns in a matter of seconds. Unlike expectations, the river is non-volcanic. The thermal river is fed by both boiling... 

Peru village evacuated after isolated tribe attacks with bows & arrows

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Peruvian authorities have started evacuating Monte Salvado village situated in a remote southeastern region, after around 200 men from an ‘uncontacted’ savage tribe attacked the settlement with bows and arrows and stole food and equipment. The evacuation began on Tuesday after around 200 men of the Mashco Piro tribe attacked Monte Salvado close to the border with Brazil twice last week. The residents,... 

Snowstorm kills 6 people, 30,000 domestic animals in Peru

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A man attends his motorcar during a foggy morning in Lima, Peru on August 12, 2013. Ongoing snowstorms along the border of Peru and Bolivia have left at least six people dead and claimed the lives of more than 30,000 domestic animals. The cold spell affected about 80,000 mostly poor highlanders in Peru, damaging their main source of revenue – livestock including sheep, llamas and alpacas, and... 

Brazil: Military attack on Iran will have dire consequences

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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff delivers a speech to the Summit of South American and Arab Countries (ASPA), in Lima, on October 2, 2012. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has once again voiced opposition to any military attack on Iran’s nuclear energy facilities, warning it would have serious repercussions for the region. “Such a move could have dire consequences for the region and beyond,”... 

Peru declares state of emergency over anti-mining protests

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Police officers clash with anti-mining protesters in Andahuaylas, Peru on November 10, 2011. The Peruvian government has declared a state of emergency in southern Espinar province to curb seven days of violent anti-mining protests in the highland region. The 30-day state of emergency was imposed after two people were killed and scores more, including police officers, were injured in clashes over controversial... 

Mysterious animal deaths in Peru

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Warming of water may be the cause of death for animals in Peru… at least 1,500 birds, mostly pelicans, and 877 dolphins died in the last two weeks… Peruvian authorities have advised people to avoid several beaches and not to eat fish after the mysterious death of hundreds of dolphins and pelicans in recent weeks. “The Executive Director of Environmental Health has determined that... 

Mystery of mass dolphin deaths in Peru

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Maritime scientists in Peru are trying to solve a mystery that has turned stretches of the country’s beaches into a grim dolphin morgue. Officials in Lima said last week that 877 carcasses have washed up, an unprecedented number, along 100 miles of the Piura and Lambayeque coast. Nearly all are bottle-nosed dolphins, many in an advanced state of decomposition. A possible explanation for the... 

Peru cancels visit by UK navy frigate over Malvinas Islands

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A protester carries a placard that reads "Britons get out from Las Malvinas" during a demonstration outside the British Embassy over the Las Malvinas in Buenos Aires, Argentina on January 20, 2012. Peru has cancelled a visit by a British navy frigate planning to dock at the country’s port of Callao to show support for Argentine’s claims of sovereignty over the Malvinas Islands. The decision... 

Peru cuts ties with Libya and condemns violence

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President Garcia wants a no-fly zone over Libya. Peru says it has suspended diplomatic relations with Libya over the use of force against civilians there. It is the first country to take such a step since the anti-government protests erupted in Libya last week. Peruvian Foreign Minister Jose Antonio Garcia Belaunde said he hoped other Latin American countries would follow suit. Peru said the move was... 

Amazing UFO Mothership Recently Captured Above Lima, Peru

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This video is in Spanish but it is worth the watch even if you can’t understand Spanish. Neighbors were able to capture a massive UFO above the city of Lima in Peru. According to the report, an expert assured that the images are a real phenomenon. The news anchor suggests there is no explanation for the sighting. It is not a helicopter or Superman. It is considered the first major sighting of... 
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