Sunday, 2nd October 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Archaeologists unearth what may be the world’s largest mass grave of children

By Reuters
28 April 2018   |   11:00 am
A mass grave under excavation since 2011 in northern Peru was announced on Thursday (April 26) as the largest mass sacrifice of children in the world, according to National Geographic.

Related

6 Jun 2021
Peru announced a sharp increase in its COVID-19 death toll after a panel of experts found that there has been an undercount. The country now has the highest fatalities per capita in the world.
1 Jun 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the mass grave of Indigenous children at a former school site was "not an exception." He pledged to give more support to survivors of residential schools and their communities.
13 Jun 2021
Peru's right-wing presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori raises allegations of fraud in Sunday's run-off election at a press conference in the capital Lima. Her rival is the far-left trade unionist Pedro Castillo, who has taken a razor-thin lead in the vote count.
19 Jun 2021
Until four years ago, Pedro Castillo was a teacher in a rural school in the Andes. Then he gained national notoriety as the leader of a teachers strike, and now he's president of Peru.
24 Jun 2021
A First Nation has uncovered hundreds of unmarked graves at a former Indigenous residential school in southern Saskatchewan. A similar recent discovery shocked the world.
22 Jul 2021
Leftist candidate Pedro Castillo celebrates with his supporters after he was proclaimed Peru's next president by the country's elections jury.
27 Jul 2021
Peru is seeing an alarming rise in coronavirus infections. The country has the highest per capita COVID-19 death rate in the world, with nearly 200,000 people dead. As DW's Johan Ramirez reports, a slow vaccine rollout has the public health care system reeling.
29 Jul 2021
The political novice was inaugurated on the country's 200th independence day. Castillo, however, faces difficulties in the polarized nation.
15 Aug 2021
Guido Bellido, the new prime minister, has previously expressed sympathies for the Shining Path guerrilla group, according to local media.
7 Aug 2021
A pregnant woman was seriously injured after an earthquake struck northern Peru. A 16th-century cathedral was among the buildings damaged.
26 Sep 2021
More than 30 passengers died, including two children, and more than 20 were injured when a bus plummeted from a cliff in Peru early on Tuesday, in the country's third major transport accident in four days.
24 Sep 2021
Archaeologists get to work in the Peruvian town of Chilca after labourers installing gas pipes found the remains of eight people buried in a common tomb with food and musical instruments some 800 years ago.