History is written by the winners—unless newly revealed DNA evidence sets the record straight.
It could be the oldest image ever recorded at the desert site.
Morales described sanctions the U.S. imposed on Venezuela as "new threats."
Archaeologists examined the remains of over 100 individuals.
Donald Trump is not the only leader in the Americas upsetting his neighbors by building a wall.
The man fell into a ravine after entering a restricted area at the popular tourist site.
Statistical dead heat in race between Keiko Fujimori, daughter of a jailed former president, and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, a former World Bank economist.
Peru is virtually tied with neighboring Colombia as the world's top cocaine producer.
Kevin Winters, McCollum's solicitor, said she was released effectively on parole.
The greatest ozone-depleted area in the world beside the one over Antarctica runs along the Peruvian Andes.
Joshua Andrew Freeman Stevens says he visited the Peruvian retreat to seek treatment for a skin condition.
Ants provide protection in return for food gifts from the caterpillars.
As governments ban circus animals, advocates are stepping in to save the creatures.
Lima, one of the world's driest cities, to fix disused waterways to prevent water shortages.
The dragon-like wood-lizards were discovered in the Andes in Ecuador and Northern Peru.
The quake was also felt in Huacho and Paramonga, Peru.
As world leaders gather in Peru, what to expect from the negotiations.
Four illegal logging activists were found dead, bodies hacked apart, and their widows say they know who did it
The find refutes earlier ideas about humanity's ability to adapt to altitude.
A wave of corruption-fighting apps is sweeping through Latin America during election season and beyond.
UNRWA, the main U.N. relief agency in Gaza, said it was at "breaking point" and acknowledged that it had found a cache of rockets in one school