Income inequality is a huge problem in Peru, where poverty is still rampant despite being halved over the past decade. One visible sign of the country’s social divisions is a wall topped with razor wire on the outskirts of the capital, Lima.
The so-called wall of shame divides two areas in Lima. One belongs to the richest part of town, the other is a slum of wooden shacks, highlighting the Peruvian capital's divide. Jurriaan van Eerten reports.
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