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Peru
With its four last presidents fighting corruption charges or serving time, the real question for Peruvians is whether its judiciary is up for the monumental task before it.
The Fujimori-led opposition is undermining Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's ability to govern – and Peruvians' trust in government – with relentless attacks.
Peru picks a president in second-round voting. Plus: elections in Mexico, women's rights protests in Brazil, and more.
Para este chef oriundo de Lima la preferencia por los sabores tradicionales supera las tendencias.
For this Lima native, a focus on traditional flavors trumps trends.
A violent crackdown on an LGBT demonstration recently spotlighted the government’s lack of progress in protecting gay and trans Peruvians.
An interview with Manuel Pulgar Vidal on the region's role at this week's UN climate talks.
An indigenous community faces eviction — for a second time
Peru's "consulta previa" law is tested by a plan to create a year-round shipping route through the Amazon.
Deep in the Peruvian rain forest, Iquitos is one of Latin America's noisiest cities. Here's what residents are doing to fix that.

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