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Meet the tourist who stayed behind in Peru to support local women
This volunteer decided against returning home from Peru and set up a slow fashion brand with some of the women there.
COVID pandemic: People sleep outside as they queue for oxygen in Peru
People sleep outside and queue in Peru to secure oxygen to help relatives suffering from COVID-19.
Baby crocodiles from endangered species born at zoo in Peru
The Tumbes species is found in the southern United States, Mexico and Venezuela, but in countries such as Peru and Ecuador, it is critically endangered.
Would you spend the night on this Peruvian mountain edge?
Located high above the Sacred Valley in Peru, this is a hospitality experience like no other. Guests access the hotel by hiking, climbing or zip wire and your room is secured to the side of a mountain.
Coronavirus: Santa meets children in Peru through a plastic bubble
On the outskirts of the Peruvian capital, Lima, a plastic bubble is helping children meet Santa in a safe way.
Police in Peru carry out drug-related arrest in Santa and elf disguise
Members the National Police of Peru disguised themselves as Santa Claus and an elf during a police operation in Lima.
Pressure mounts on Peru's President Merino after two die in protests
Angry Peruvians have taken to the streets in daily demonstrations accusing Congress of staging a parliamentary coup putting Manuel Merino in power.
This ancient site in Peru has reopened after eight months
Like many tourist attractions around the world, Machu Picchu closed earlier this year at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, it's opened back up - but can only offer around 30% of its usual capacity.
Giant cat drawing discovered on a hillside in Peru
Archaeologists in Peru have uncovered a giant drawing of what appears to be a cat on a hillside in Nazca.
Machu Picchu has reopened: but only for a single visitor
Jesse Katayama was treated to an exclusive private tour of the ruins in reward for having to wait so long in Peru to see the Inca citadel.
Peru president survives impeachment vote amid virus turmoil
President Martín Vizcarra survived an impeachment vote Friday after opposition lawmakers failed to amass enough support to oust the leader.
Peru's low income families attack poor virus healthcare
Peru's number of COVID-19 cases overtook Italy's this week.
In Peru, food markets have become the epicentre of COVID-19 contagion
Peru is the third worst-affected country in South America after Brazil and Mexico.
COVID-19 makes life tougher for homeless in Lima
The lockdown in Peru has meant the number of charities providing the homeless with food has decreased.
Game of Thrones star travels to the Amazon rainforest with the UN
Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke or Nikolaj Coster-Waldau? Which Game of Thrones star is trying to save the Amazon?
Six tourists arrested for vandalism at Peru's Machu Picchu
Six tourists have been arrested for acts of vandalism at the Machu Picchu in Peru.
Beach clean up campaign from Peru's Pacific beaches to Lake Titicaca
Peruvian officials on Monday collected tons of garbage on a popular Lima beach in a campaign spanning three dozen beaches in the Pacific, the Amazon and Lake Titicaca.
These Peruvians have a fight to welcome in the new year
It's all part of efforts to leave last year's troubles behind and start afresh in January.
Peruvian opposition leader Fujimori freed from jail
The daughter of the jailed former president of Alberto Fujimori was met by her husband and a crowd of cheering supporters.
Tensions high as Peruvians protest at bullfighting event
Hundreds of protesters marched in Lima on Sunday (November 3) to call for an end to bullfighting as the country's most high-profile bullfighting event, the Feria Taurina del Senor de los Milagros, begins
Six sea lions returned to ocean in Peru
The Organization for Research and Conservation of Aquatic Animals on Saturday returned six young sea lions to the ocean, at Wakama Beach, Peru.
Local pets blessed by priest in in Lima, Peru
Catholics brought their cats, dogs, turtles and birds, among other animals, to receive blessings.
Watch: Peru's coca farmers encouraged to switch to cacao crop
Authorities are trying to persuade farmers to switch to harvesting cacao from coca, which is used to make cocaine. Peru is a major cacao exporter, but also the world's second largest producer of cocaine.
The power of music: Juan Diego Flórez gives hope to disadvantaged children in Peru
Juan Diego Flórez is proving that music can be a life changer for the poorest and most disadvantaged kids.
Archaeologists in Peru unearth ancient mural
Archaeologists in northern Peru have unearthed an ancient mural from the lost Caral civilisation that is believed to be about 3,800 years old, officials reported.
Divers and volunteers help to save humpback whale off Peru's coast
Tour guide and professional diver Julio Cesar Castro joined forces with other volunteers to rescue a humpback whale on Monday (July 29) which was trapped in a fishing net near El Nuro beach off the Peruvian coast.