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A mayor in Peru was accused of lying in a coffin and pretending to be dead to avoid being caught disobeying lockdown orders
Police say Jaime Rolando Urbina Torres, the mayor of Tantará, had been out drinking with friends despite a curfew and social distancing rules.
I moved from New York City to South America for six months — these were the biggest differences I experienced
An Insider reporter spent six months traveling through South America and found the food, architecture, and wildlife were completely different.
Peru reverses its controversial gender-based lockdown, quarantining men and women on different days, after intense backlash
President Martín Vizcarra announced Peru would be taking similar measures to Panama to contain COVID-19 by reducing the number of people outside.
A woman is traveling around her bedroom by sharing the stories behind souvenirs she’s collected from all around the world
In her video series, "Travels through my bedroom," Carole Favre shares the souvenirs she's collected from Peru, China, and more places around the world.
Americans stuck in foreign countries are outraged at the US government’s response: ‘I don’t think that I could see any way to handle...
With countries closing borders and restricting travel over COVID-19 fears, more than 13,000 Americans have been stranded abroad.
Aaron Rodgers and Danica Patrick were nearly stuck in Peru as the country shut down due to the coronavirus: ‘We made it by about 15 minutes̵...
Aaron Rodgers had a close call with his travel plans while departing Peru, but wound up making it out of the country just in time.
Americans trapped abroad by coronavirus travel bans say the government isn’t doing enough to get them home
There are Americans trapped in Peru, Honduras, and Morocco. Those countries have completely closed their borders due to the coronavirus.
From Machu Picchu to Venice and Burning Man, here's a look at some of the destinations we're loving to death.
The tourists are accused of damaging stonework and defecating in Machu Picchu, the 15th-century Incan citadel in Peru, per Reuters and CNN.
Every McDonald’s in Peru is closing for 2 days of mourning after 2 employees were electrocuted by a soda machine
Two teenagers, Alexandra Porras and Gabriel Campos, were electrocuted by a loose wire behind a soft-drinks machine in a McDonald's in Lima and died.