Town's mayor says punishing beggars is impossible because they 'can't or will never be able to pay'
Peru increased surveillance at Machu Picchu in 2014 as nude photos and streaking became increasingly common
She had lived with the tumour for 8 years
The chasm measured three metres deep by five metres wide
'I really thought I was going to die' said Canadian traveller Joshua Stevens who killed Unais Gomes
With a cuisine worth £5bn a year the country has become a magnet for foodies
'If we lose Jaqaru, then we lose our entire culture, and then we are nothing'
With a world of travel opportunities to discover, The Independent’s travel team has distilled the best experiences on offer in 2016
Woman accused of conspiring to storm Congress in Lima reveals plans to raise her son as an anonymous single mother and to seek a new career as a social worker
Mufasa is believed to have been the last wild animal in a Peruvian circus before his rescue
High demand for avocado in Britain has led to Peru increasing exports of the product to the UK by 58% in the past year.
Sarpong first worked at Kiss FM and then as a presenter on T4. In 2008 she hosted Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday celebrations in Hyde Park. She now appears on programmes such as 'Celebrity Juice' and 'Loose Women'
The FA have confirmed that England will face two South American sides in the build-up to Brazil 2014 in an effort to prepare for the threat that Uruguay will pose
Cycling in France, skiing in Mammoth, and rafting in Peru
Guilty pair Melissa Reid and Michaella McCollum could apply to serve their sentences here
The exhumation in the district of Chungui in Peru brings back traumatic memories for survivors of the internal conflict of 1980-2000, in which soldiers and their paramilitary allies dismembered and killed women and children left behind by fleeing Shining Path rebels.