Authorities announced their theory after visiting the isolated Indigenous community where the attacks took place.
Police in Peru seized the Nazi-branded cocaine, some of which also bore the word "HITLER."
Peru approved the extradition of Joran van der Sloot for alleged crimes related to the disappearance of 18-year-old American student Natalee Holloway.
It's part of an Indigenous tradition called Takanakuy, where every fistfight begins and ends with a hug.
47 people have died in fierce clashes between authorities and people protesting the arrest of former president Pedro Castillo.
The nearly 200 previously unknown geoglyphs include depictions of humans, birds, orcas, cats, and snakes.
Local authorities announced the release of the women and one man after some of them were allegedly stripped naked and whipped for their "sorcery."
The use of human blood may have allowed an ancient society's elite to maintain their status as cosmically privileged deities even in the afterlife, researchers say.
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."