Peruâs President Faces Possible Ouster in Corruption Scandal
Lawmakers voted to begin proceedings that could remove President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski from office on the grounds that he is âmorally handicapped.â
New Seven Wonders in 360: Machu Picchu
The Incan settlement nestled 2,430 meters above sea level in the eastern Andes mountains.
In Peruâs Deserts, Melting Glaciers Are a Godsend (Until Theyâre Gone)
Accelerating glacial melt in the Andes caused by climate change has set off a gold rush downstream, letting the desert bloom. But as the ice vanishes, the vast farms below may do the same.
Coups: What Goes Into Toppling a Government?
The military takeover in Zimbabwe is just the latest in a long history of government overthrows. Here are several types of coups perpetrated by rogue operators.
When Japan Met Peru
Sen Sakana, in Midtown, is devoted to the hybrid âNikkeiâ cuisine created by Japanese immigrants who adapted to Peruvian food.
Unearthing a Massacre in Peru
Max Cabello Orcasitas, a Peruvian photojournalist, set out to document the exhumations of victims killed in sweeping massacres in the mountainous Ayacucho region of Peru.
Argentina in Danger of Missing World Cup After Tie With Peru
Lionel Messi and his Argentine teammates need to beat Ecuador next week and get some help in order to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
Growing Up in Prison
Step into a nursery in Lima, Peru, where children play and learn within the confines of the Santa Monica de Chorrillos prison, where their mothers are inmates.
Around the World in Seven Markets
In 360 video, sample the goods at markets from Marrakesh to London.
Does Peru Need a Special Prison Just for Ex-Presidents?
Judges are under pressure to punish presidential corruption, and the countryâs discredited justice system is gaining credibility and independence.
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