Coup against Pedro Castillo
Protests and repression in Peru’s capital intensify

Lima has become the epicenter of the protests in Peru, even as protesters face increasingly violent attacks at the hands of the police

Mass mobilizations continue in Peru against Dina Boluarte

According to the National Human Rights Coordinator of Peru (CNDDHH), in the past 50 days of social protests, 56 people, including seven minors, were killed and 912 people were injured

Tens of thousands on the streets of Peru in national strike

The pro-democracy protests have received the support of several celebrities, universities and progressive political parties

Persecuted Peruvian activist speaks on the ongoing struggle against the coup government

Rocío Leandro Melgar, president of the Front in Defense of the People of Ayacucho was arrested in Huamanga, Peru.

Peruvian movements organize caravan to Lima to intensify protests

Indigenous and peasant leaders have called for a ‘March from the Four Corners’ to Lima to intensify ongoing protests against the coup and the de facto government of Dina Boluarte

¡Basta ya de la violencia contra el pueblo peruano!

Más de 100 periodistas y medios de todo el mundo firman una carta para exigir el fin de la represión contra el pueblo peruano y de las agresiones a periodistas

Stop the violence against the Peruvian people!

Over 100 journalists and media projects from across the world signed a letter to demand an end to the repression of the Peruvian people and to the attacks against journalists

“Los mataron como a animales”: masacre en Ayacucho, Perú

Sobrevivientes y familiares de las víctimas de la masacre ocurrida el 15 de diciembre en Ayacucho, Perú, denuncian que el ejército trató a los manifestantes como objetivos de guerra, recordando la violencia vivida durante el conflicto armado interno.

‘They shot them down like animals’: massacre in Peru’s Ayacucho

Survivors and family members of victims of the massacre in Ayacucho on December 15 denounce that the army treated protesters like war targets, reminiscent of violence faced during the internal armed conflict.

Peruvians demand a new, participatory political system

Peoples Dispatch reports from the ground in Peru where massive mobilizations are continuing in support of the ousted president Pedro Castillo.

Peruvian Congress approves bill to advance general elections as anti-coup protests intensify

According to Peru’s National Human Rights Coordinator, in the past 15 days of anti-coup protests, 27 protesters have died as a result of violent repression by security forces

Daily Round-up | Peruvian congress approves bill advancing elections & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the Peruvian Congress advancing elections, an investigation on Twitter aiding Western propaganda, talks on the Iran nuclear deal, and health workers’ strikes in the UK