The book of Matthew says that a house divided cannot stand. The House of Fujimori today stands more divided than ever and the palace intrigue continues to grip Peruvian politics Full Article »
Construction of a massive highway project through eastern Peru has garnered international attention from press and conservationists as critics worry it could destroy some of the country’s most precious protected Full Article »
During his whirlwind 4-day visit to Peru, Pope Francisco expressed his concern about corruption and the fate of the indigenous population. He also showed compassion for the victims of Peru’s latest Full Article »
Archaeologists have discovered two chambers of the Mochica culture. The finding provides key clues to understanding the political life of this ancient pre-Incan culture.
For almost 2 decades Peruvian comedian Jorge Benavides, dressed up in drag as a poor indigenous woman, has been making Peruvians laugh. The recent release of a full-length movie about Full Article »
Doctor Google has revealed its most popular search terms, phrases and questions of 2017. Worldwide, US-related topics top the bill. In Peru, it’s about football, the census, the weather and Full Article »