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Immigration is one of the most contentious and divisive topics in the world, with migrant populations often finding themselves victims of suspicion and derision by their host nation. Sadly, Argentina is no different. While the immigrant population in Argentina is …

Only weeks after a presidential resignation and without the presence of the region’s top two headline-grabbers, Peru will host the Summit of the Americas starting tomorrow.

The meeting, held under the auspices of the Organization of the American States (OAS), …

Martín Vizcarra was sworn-in today as president of Peru, completing Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s exit from power.

Vizcarra, who flew into Lima from Canada in the early hours of Friday, called for “social pact” against corruption and promised to introduce a …

Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has submitted his resignation as president of Peru, a day before Congress was set to review another impeachment motion against him.

Current First Vice-President Martín Vizcarra, also currently Peruvian Ambassador to Canada, is next in line to …

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has promised to attend the Summit of the Americas in Lima, challenging Peru’s decision to withdraw the invitation to the meeting.

Reacting to Lima’s decision to consider Maduro no longer welcome at the summit, the Venezuelan …

Pope Francis will be arriving tonight in Chile, marking his sixth visit to the Americas since he was ushered in as the first Latin American pontiff in 2013.

The visit to Chile and Peru this time around has rekindled the …

Argentina is currently out of the Russia 2018 World Cup , with one match to go in the qualifiers. Let that sink in. The possibility of not making it to the most important international football tournament in the world for …

Unless you live inside a Tupperware inside a cave in Tibet, you probably know that the Argentine national team will face a transcendental match for its aspirations to qualify to the 2018 Russia World Cup. At 8:30 PM tonight, the …

The waitress tilts her head with a blind smile and raised eyebrows without saying anything. When I ask her for the menu her resignation switches to surprise and she walks off as quietly as she came—she still hasn’t uttered a

Damn kids! As if Peru was not having a hard enough time already, what with huge mudslides currently devastating the north of the country, in the early hours of Friday morning tourism police (Poltur) in Cuzco caught a group …