Peru’s Daily News: October 10
Peruvian selection travels to Chile ahead of World Cup qualifier
Peru’s national football team traveled to Santiago late Monday afternoon ahead of their match against the Chilean national side on Tuesday.
Hundreds of fans came to bid the team farewell at the Grupo Aéreo of the Peruvian Air Force.
23 players are making the trip. The match starts on Tuesday at 19:45 (22:45 GMT) at the Estadio Monumental in Santiago.
Miners at Freeport – still no agreement to end strike
The workers union and the Peruvian mine Cerro Verde could not reach an agreement this Monday to bring an end to the 12 day strike.
Workers are striking to demand an increase in their salaries based on the high gains seen in metal markets.
Cerro Verde is Peru’s third major copper producer, yielding 2 percent of the world’s copper.
New police chief named by president Humala
In a ceremony, Peru’s president Ollanta Humala named deputy general Raúl Salazar as the new national director of the institution.
30 generals were recognized for their services as they enter retirement. Among the retirees s the previous national police chief, Raúl Becerra.