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37 years after massacre, families receive remains
Almost four decades after one of the worst massacres in the country's history, Peruvian authorities handed over the bones of people killed by the army in 1985 during the Andean nation's internal conflict with rebel groups.
Have we been getting Machu Picchu's name wrong all this time?
A study looking into the origins of the rediscovery has unearthed a potential error.
Aftermath of landslide in Peruvian Andes that buried dozens of homes
Images of the aftermath of a landslide in the northern Peruvian town of Retamas, that has buried dozens of homes and trapped at least 15 people.
Hillside collapse buries at least 15 houses in Peru
More than 15 houses in a remote area of the Peruvian Andes were buried by a landslide on Tuesday after a hill collapsed following heavy rains in the region
Oil, new, borrowed, blue: Man marries the sea in protest against spill
After 11,000 barrels of crude oil were spilled into Peru’s South Pacific Ocean, an activist has 'married the sea' in a moving ecological protest.
Peru inaugurates its largest mural in downtown Lima
Peru inaugurates its largest mural in the centre of Lima, created by the city's inhabitants with the help of a team of artists.
Peru: The surprising destination for a post-lockdown wellness break
From the rainbow mountains to the Amazon rainforest, let Peru renew you in 2022.
Peru bans Repsol execs from leaving country after oil spill
A Peruvian judge on Friday banned Repsol's Peru director and three other executives from leaving the country for 18 months while the government investigates an oil spill at a refinery run by the Spain-based company.
Almost 900 people evacuated amid floods in Peru's Machu Picchu area
Heavy rains cause flooding in the town near Machu Picchu.
How are hair sausages helping rescue this ecosystem?
The Tongan volcanic eruption caused an oil spill in Peru, here’s how Peruvians are helping with the clear up.
Peru: cleaning crews work to remove oil from beaches
Cleaning crews in Ventanilla, Peru, work to remove oil from a beach after a spill caused by an eruption on the other side of the Pacific near Tonga
Peru oil spill clean up ongoing after volcano eruption in Pacific
Oil, think and deadly, continued to wash up on beaches in Lima, two days after an Italian-flagged ship was loading oil into La Pampilla when strong waves moved the boat and caused the spill.
Tonga's eruption waves cause oil spill in Peru
Oil from a leak washed ashore in the Peruvian city of Ventanilla, located on the coast near the capital Lima.
Peru's Mochica man thrills onlookers with his giant ceramic phallus
The statue is three metres tall and has a phallus measuring a whopping 1.5 metres in length.
Peruvian shamans make predictions for the new year
Will they be right or not? The answer will come in the upcoming months.
Peruvians enjoy the beach while social distancing in roped off squares
People in Lima are able to once again enjoy the city’s beaches, which were off limits during the pandemic, and can do so while social distancing.
Terrified looking ancient mummy discovered by archeologists in Peru
Archaeologists have found a bizarre looking mummy and a host of other treasures in a tomb seven floors underground. They believe it could date back to pre-Inca times 800 years ago.
Mass grave in Peru uncovers remains of those who lived before Columbus
Chan Chan was a citadel of the Chimu culture which prospered between the years 900 and 1450 before falling to the Incas.
Fog catchers provide water to deserted hills of Lima
Peruvians living in one of the world's driest areas may have a solution to their water crisis - "fog catchers" that catch droplets through thick, swirling blankets of mist.
This hanging hotel in Peru isn't for the faint-hearted
You'll have to hike up to the world's first hanging lodge nestled in the Sacred Valley of Cusco
Ancient vicuna shearing tradition lives on in Peruvian Andes
At daybreak on a freezing cold day high in the Andes, dozens of Peruvian peasants clamber up a mountainside to carry out a centuries-old tradition: shearing vicunas.
Peruvian security forces carry out drills ahead of Castillo's swearing-in ceremony
Police performs drills in case of attack to foreign delegations ahead of the bicentennial of the Independence of Peru and President-elect Pedro Castillo's swearing-in ceremony
Leftist teacher Pedro Castillo named Peru's president-elect
Castillo catapulted from unknown to president-elect with the support of the country's poor and rural citizens, many of whom identify with the struggles the teacher has faced.
Peru presidential election too close to call
It comes as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact Peru where it has exacerbated inequalities.
Peru more than doubles COVID-19 death toll with new figures
Peru more than doubled its official COVID-19 death toll on Monday, after the government updated the figures.
Pandemic fuels rise in poverty in Peru
Thousands of people left without homes amid the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic are now occupying a temporary settlement on the outskirts of the Peruvian capital Lima.