The tactics of Keiko Fujimori are fanning racism across the South American nation.
The massacre in Peru by a Shining Path splinter group is the rebels’ worst in more than a decade.
A top presidential candidate has proposed bolstering the country’s tiny existing legal coca industry in an effort to help reduce harm to locals in the major cocaine producing nation.
The move by the country's congress to investigate the effectiveness of chlorine dioxide against the coronavirus has been called an "embarrassment."
From the Amazon to Siberia, COVID-19 is killing off tribal elders who are the last speakers of tongues that help us better understand how our brains work.
One front runner has been accused of sexual harassment and wants to ban porn. The other is a celibate who thinks raped minors should be forced to complete their pregnancies in “five star hotels.”
The doctor who oversaw the early jabs to Peru’s powerful said: “This is not about privileges. It’s just the way things work.”
Profiteers are taking advantage of the fact that a second wave of COVID-19 is ravaging Peru, and there isn't enough oxygen to go around.
Some customers are being duped, but others are in on schemes that print out fake negative test results for COVID-19.
The work of Peruvian journalist Pao Ugaz has made her the target of a string of legal actions.
The tunnel was 600 feet long and began in a house several blocks from the Castro Castro prison.