Indigenous rights

Peru's natives fear Amazon River project may be fatal

Multi-million dollar project is set to span territory home to 424 native communities belonging to 14 native groups.

Peru's natives say Amazon Waterway Project threatens food sources

Peru

Peru opposition leader Keiko Fujimori freed

Fujimori remains under investigation over undeclared financial contributions to her 2011 presidential campaign.

Peru opposition leader Keiko Fujimori freed

Latin America

Peru arrests Keiko Fujimori

The daughter of disgraced ex-president was arrested over alleged money laundering during her election campaign.

Peru arrests opposition leader Keiko Fujimori over corruption

Peru

Peru annuls ex-leader Fujimori's pardon and orders his capture

Fujimori was sentenced to 25 years in prison for commanding right-wing death squads that massacred civilians.

Peru annuls ex-leader Fujimori's pardon and orders his capture

Latin America

Peru's president in standoff with Congress

President Martin Vizcarra has been facing a stalemate over his proposed anti-corruption reforms.

Peru's President Vizcarra in standoff with Congress

Peru

Aid groups strain as Venezuelan refugee crisis spills over

Nearly two million Venezuelans are seeking better lives in neighbouring countries in Latin America and aid groups and local humanitarians are struggling to bear the load.

Latin America

Venezuela refugees feel unwanted in Peru

Venezuelans leaving their country are finding life problematic in Peru. Racial slurs and hate speech have made it hard for many of them to feel safe.

Latin America

Peru sees Venezuelan migrant influx despite restrictions

One migrant, Maria, tells Al Jazeera she is not in Peru to 'take away a job from someone else', but because her 'children had nothing to eat'.

Latin America

Latin American states urged to ease entry for fleeing Venezuelans

UN call comes after Ecuador and Peru announce tighter entry requirements for Venezuelans escaping the economic crisis.

Venezuela

'When migration is motivated by hunger, it won't end'

Hundreds stuck at Ecuador-Colombia border after Ecuador says only those with valid passport will be allowed to enter.

New Ecuador passport rules leave hundreds of Venezuelans hopeless

Brazil

Brazil sends troops as border town residents attack Venezuelans

Extra troops to be deployed after Brazilians drive migrants back home over robbery and stabbing blamed on Venezuelans.

Brazil sends troops as border town residents attack Venezuelans

Latin America

Peru protests: President faces political crisis

Peruvian president proposed a referendum on reforms to uproot structural corruption, but it’s not clear if he will have Congress’ support.

Latin America

Peru corruption: Judges investigated over favours

More arrests are expected in a corruption scandal surrounding Peru's judiciary.

World Cup 2018

Live: France v Peru - Mbappe puts France ahead

Live updates from the World Cup 2018 Group C match between France and Peru.

Live: France v Peru - Mbappe puts France ahead

World Cup 2018

Can Peru go past scandals to succeed at the World Cup?

The team lost its opening game against Denmark but fans are hoping for a longer stay in Russia.

Can Peru overcome scandals to succeed at Russia World Cup?