- Colombia deports man called Peru's most-wanted drug criminal Updated: May-01-16 6:26 pm
BOGOTA, Colombia - Colombian police on Sunday announced the capture of an alleged dangerous drug lord described as Peru's most-wanted criminal.
- 33 lions saved from South American circuses heading home Updated: Apr-26-16 7:33 pm
LIMA, Peru - Thirty-three lions rescued from circuses in Peru and Colombia are heading back to their homeland to live out the rest of their lives in a private sanctuary in South Africa.
- Rescued circus tiger from Peru gets new life at sanctuary Updated: Apr-23-16 9:46 am
MIAMI - A circus tiger from Peru is heading to his new home at a rescue facility in Tampa.
- Airport customs officials find 14 pounds of cocaine in bags Updated: Apr-19-16 6:50 pm
ATLANTA - U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials say a woman was arrested at Atlanta's airport with more than 14 pounds of cocaine concealed in purses, jackets and llama skins.
- British tourist missing on solo hike found dead in Peru Updated: Apr-19-16 5:03 pm
LIMA, Peru - Police in Peru have found the body of a British tourist who went missing in early April during a solo hike in the Andes near Cuzco two days before his 29th birthday.
- Fujimori's accidental rival embraces 'gringo' label in Peru Updated: Apr-12-16 2:50 pm
LIMA, Peru - Comedians in Peru ridicule his American accent and his longstanding ties to Wall Street anger some in an impoverished nation increasingly hostile toward foreign mining companies.
- Peru markets rally as runoff vote dominated by conservatives Updated: Apr-11-16 7:28 pm
LIMA, Peru - Investors are celebrating the apparent elimination of a leftist candidate in Peru's presidential election as the country gears up for a tight June runoff between the daughter of jailed former President Alberto Fujimori and a conservative economist beloved by Wall Street.
- In Peru highlands, support for Fujimori's daughter runs deep Updated: Apr-07-16 12:00 am
CCANO, Peru - This remote hamlet high in the Peruvian Andes is nearly drained of color, save for the bright orange campaign signs plastered on walls and houses promoting presidential hopeful Keiko Fujimori.