Santas Make Drug Bust in Peru
Anti-drug police disguised as Santa Claus raided a drug house in Lima and arrested four suspected traffickers.
Sandboarding in Peru
Peruvian teenagers dream of snowboarding. There’s only one problem: There’s no snow. Watch how they make do with sand instead.
As Obama’s Tour Ends, He Says U.S. Involvement Abroad Must Not
In his final news conference on his last foreign trip as president, he argued for a foreign policy in which America continues to take on major global problems.
Obama Tries to Reassure Latin America About a Future With Donald Trump
President Obama, speaking in Peru to students and young leaders, said it was “important for people around the world to not make immediate judgments.”
Who First Farmed Potatoes? Archaeologists in Andes Find Evidence
Archaeologists have found ancient starch grains pinpointing the Titicaca Basin of southern Peru as a hearth of early potato cultivation.
Protests Erupt in Peru Ahead of Asia-Pacific Economic Meeting
President Obama will attend the gathering, which has led to a wave of demonstrations by Peruvians hoping the international spotlight will help their causes.
Obama Heads Overseas, Where Topic of Trump Will Follow Him
On Monday, the president will begin a trip that will take him to Greece, Germany and Peru. At every stop, he is sure to be asked how he got the election so wrong.
The Voyages Issue: Remarkable Journeys With Six Photographers
Photo essays from around the world by Andrea Frazzetta, Joachim Ladefoged, David Maurice Smith, Kirsten Luce, Sebastián Liste and Raymond Meeks.
People Have Been Dyeing Fabric Indigo Blue for 6,000 Years
Before there were bluejeans there were blue Egyptian mummy cloths. Before blue mummy cloths? Possibly blue offerings to ancient Andean gods.
Peru Sentences Ex-Soldiers to Prison for Killing Villagers in 1985
The were killed in the village of Accomarca during the height of a conflict between the government and Shining Path rebels.
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