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This crisis triggered by the ouster of leftist Indigenous president Pedro Castillo last month stems largely from a gaping inequity between Peru's urban elite and poor rural Indigenous people in the Andean region who saw him as one of their own and working to make their lives better.

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In the Cusco region, the gateway to Machu Picchu, Glencore's major Antapaccay copper mine suspended operations on Friday after protesters attacked the premises - one of the largest in the country - for the third time this month.

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Dozens of Peruvians were injured after tensions flared again on Friday as police clashed with protesters, with security forces in capital city Lima using tear gas to repel demonstrators throwing glass bottles and stones, as fires burned in the streets.

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Interior Minister Vicente Romero disputed claims circulating on social media that the Lima blaze had been caused by a police officer's tear gas grenade.

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Amid the unrest, the Ministry of Culture said it was ordering the closure of the Inca trails network and the Machu Picchu citadel "due to the social situation and to preserve the safety of visitors".

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Alfonso Barrenechea, with the crime prevention division of the prosecutor's office, told local radio station RPP that arrested 205 people at the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos for illegally trespassing on the university's premises and for allegedly stealing electronic goods.

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eru has closed its famed tourist site Machu Picchu amid anti-government protests, its Ministry of Culture said Saturday, with hundreds of tourists having been left stranded near the Inca citadel amid deadly unrest.

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Rescue teams later evacuated 418 tourists, the tourism ministry said in a Twitter post accompanied by pictures of a train and seated travellers.

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Some 400 people, including 300 foreigners are stranded in the town of Aguas Calientes at the trailhead of the path leading to Machu Picchu, the French AFP news agency reported.

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Passengers wait outside the airport a day after thousands of demonstrators marched in Lima and in other parts of the country, angered by a mounting death toll since unrest erupted last month and calling for sweeping change, in Cuzco, Peru January 20, 2023.

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Authorities announced Saturday yet another protester had died following demonstrations in the country's south, with the victim arriving already deceased at a local hospital in the Puno region.

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Some 46 people have been killed in the weeks-long clashes and another nine in traffic accidents related to the barricades set up amid the protests.

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The Decentralized Culture Directorate and Machu Picchu Historical Sanctuary Directorate said in a statement the day before that tourists who have a ticket for January 21 or later can claim a refund for up to one month after the end of protests.

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Smoke and flames rise from a building during the 'Take over Lima' march to demonstrate against Peru's President Dina Boluarte, following the ousting and arrest of former President Pedro Castillo, in Lima, Peru January 19, 2023.

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, Marilee Fiebig, with then-24-year-old ABC script coordinator Jasmin Pettaway, who's 13 years his junior and initially connected with him while seeking opportunities for mentorship.

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Tourists "cannot leave because the railway has been damaged in different places," Tourism Minister Luis Fernando Helguero said on Friday.

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Some of the tourists stranded in Machu Picchu have chosen to leave by walking to Piscacucho, the nearest village, "but that involves a walk of six, seven hours or more and only a few people are able to do it," Helguero said.

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"The EU calls on the government and all political actors to take urgent steps to restore calm and ensure an inclusive dialogue with the participation of civil society and affected communities as the way out of the crisis," the 27-member block said in a statement.

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"All the tourists here are queuing to register" for evacuation, Chilean tourist Alem Lopez told AFP Friday.

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"Visitors who love to go on sightseeing will surely love the viewpoint as it offers a bird's eye and panoramic view of the Ya Nua Beach and Nai bay on each side."