Reporter's Notebook

Exporting corruption: Beyond Brazil's Car Wash scandal

How a money laundering investigation in Brazil turned into a far-reaching corruption case that continues to send shock waves across Latin America.

People & Power

Brazil: The Car Wash Scandal

We investigate a massive corruption scandal in Latin America involving some of its most prominent public figures.

Reporter's Notebook

Pope in crisis: From Rolling Stone to sex abuse scandal

Sexual abuse survivors say Pope Francis failed them on his latest visit to Chile, as he defended a bishop accused of paedophilia.

Pope in crisis: From Rolling Stone to sex abuse scandal

Latin America

Pope Francis' farewell mass in Peru ends tour

More than half a million people gathered in Peru to pray with their pope for the first time in nearly 30 years.

Latin America

Pope Francis defends indigenous groups in Peru

The pontiff condemned corruption in Latin America and said environmental degradation cannot be separated from moral degradation.

Peru

Houses collapse as powerful quake kills two in Peru

The earthquake happened in a region that is prone to tremors due to its proximity to a fault line.

Deaths as powerful earthquake strikes southern Peru

Peru

Peru Dakar rally: Palaeontologists worry about geoglyphs

In Peru, palaeontologists and archaeologists have warned that the Dakar rally poses a serious risk to parts of the country's unique geological fabric, one of the world's largest geoglyphs.

Peru

Dakar rally: 40th edition begins in Lima

It's the 40th edition of the world's biggest annual off-road rally race, featuring hundreds of competing cars, trucks, bikes and quads.

Peru

Dozens die in Peru as bus falls 100 metres off cliff

At least 48 people die in Peru when their bus tumbles down a cliff after being struck by a truck.

Peru: Dozens die as bus plunges 100 metres off cliff

Peru

Anger in Peru after Fujimori's pardon on health grounds

Police clash with protesters after clemency of ex-president who was sentenced in 2009 for corruption, kidnapping and rights abuses.

Peru

Peru's Fujimori pardoned on health grounds

Opinion split over pardon for 79-year-old ex-president who was sentenced in 2009 for corruption, kidnapping and rights abuses.

North Korea

Peru expels North Korean diplomats over nuclear crisis

Officials given 15 days to leave Lima after UN Security Council votes to impose tough new sanctions on North Korea.

Peru expels North Korean diplomats over nuclear crisis

Latin America

Peru's Congress debates impeachment of President Kuczynski

President dismisses attempts by Congress to remove him for his alleged links to Odebrecht scandal as 'unconstitutional'.

Peru

Peru's president survives bribery impeachment

Pedro Pablo Kuczynski survives congressional vote on whether or not he received bribes from Brazilian construction firm.

Human Rights

Fair trade for Peru's indigenous coffee growers?

Indigenous coffee growers in Peru fight for equality in an industry fraught with discrimination and predatory trade.

Fair trade for Peru's indigenous coffee growers?