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Despite each demonstration stemming from different issues, many have common threads: citizens want to express their discontent with their governments.
The US government is cautioning Americans that if they visit Peru they could be at risk of violent crime and ‘organized criminal groups’
The reissue comes ahead of the Pan American Games and Parapan American Games, which will be hosted in Peru.
Here’s what a 12-course meal at Lima’s Central — one of the best restaurants in the world — looks and tastes like
Eating at Virgilio Martínez Véliz's famed Lima restaurant Central is unlike any other culinary experience you're likely to ever have.
A world-famous chef was stopped at Los Angeles’ airport trying to bring 40 vacuum-sealed piranhas into the US
Virgilio Martinez, the chef-owner of Central restaurant in Lima, Peru, wanted to serve the piranhas at a food festival in Los Angeles.
Peru’s former president killed himself shortly before police came to arrest him over a long-running bribery scandal
Alan García killed himself before a police raid. His death was confirmed on social media by Martín Vizcarra, the current president.
Ancient graves hid the skeletons of more than 260 children who likely had their hearts removed. It is the largest known child sacrifice, and archaeolo...
Near the modern-day town of Huanchaco, Peru, archaeologists uncovered 269 children, 466 llamas, and 3 adults who had all been ritually sacrificed.
A new luxury cruise will take guests around the world to 6 continents in 117 days — here’s a look inside the ship, where suites cost up to...
Regent Seven Seas will take guests around the world in four months on a luxury cruise that kicks off on January 5, 2021.
Ancient graves hid the skeletons of 269 children and 466 llamas who were ritually sacrificed, and archaeologists still don’t know why
Archaeologists uncovered 269 children, 466 llamas, and 3 adults that had been ritually killed near the modern-day coastal town of Huanchaco, Peru.
Venezuela’s mass exodus has sparked violence, and countries are sending in more troops to deal with it
After violent attacks on Venezuelan migrants over the weekend, Brazil is adding more troops to the force it has dispatched to deal with a wave of Venezuelans entering the country.