What is behind Peru’s mass pelican and dolphin deaths?
The seas off the coast of Peru are some the richest and most diverse in the world. But in recent weeks both Peru’s seabirds and dolphins have been dying at an alarming rate, writes Tom Clarke.
Henry Kissinger and football’s longest unsolved riddle
Argentina’s win against Peru in the 1978 World Cup has always been mired in controversy. Now players tell Channel 4 News they were subject to political interference at the highest level.
Potato project aims to create spuds you’ll like
An international project based in Peru hopes that by decoding the potato’s entire genetic code, it will allow future breeders to create pest-resistant spuds.
Peru tries to expel ‘incendiary gringo priest’
Brother Paul McAuley is a hero among the indigenous tribes of the Peruvian Amazon. Following his campaign for tribal rights, Peru’s government has ordered his expulsion. Jonathan Rugman reports.
Peru's 'incendiary gringo priest'
Brother Paul McAuley is a hero among the indigenous tribes of the Peruvian Amazon, but the 62-year-old missionary from Portsmouth has made such a nuisance of himself in his campaign for tribal rights that Peru’s government has ordered his expulsion, writes Jonathan Rugman.