Peruvians attend wake of former president Garcia

Mourners gather at APRA party headquarters in Lima to honor former Peru president Alan Garcia, who died in hospital after shooting himself in the head at his home as police were about to arrest him in a sprawling corruption case. IMAGES

Peruvians march against corruption

Protesters rally against corruption and Peruvian Attorney General Pedro Chavarry, accused of covering for politicians in an investigation involving Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht, as President Vizcarra delivered a bill to congress that would declare a state of emergency in the Public Ministry.

Peruvians protest in support of Keiko Fujimori after her arrest

Peruvians protest in front of a police station in Lima in support of Keiko Fujimori, the opposition leader and daughter of disgraced ex-president Alberto Fujimori, who has been arrested for alleged money laundering involving Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht. IMAGES

Peruvians get free ceviche to celebrate National Ceviche Day

Lima residents enjoy free ceviche, a classic Peruvian dish made with raw seafood and marinated in lime juice, at an event hosted by the city to celebrate National Ceviche Day.

France fans celebrate, Peruvians bemoan early World Cup exit

France supporters celebrate making it to the last 16 following a 1-0 victory over Peru, whose passionate fans say they’re “very proud” of their team despite an early exit from their first World Cup in 36 years.

Denmark win 1-0 as Peru miss a penalty

Denmark beat Peru 1-0 in both sides’ World Cup group stage opener on Saturday after Christian Cueva misses a VAR-awarded penalty for the Peruvians in Saransk.

Peruvians react to Guerrero participating in the World Cup

Peruvians in Lima are “happy” about the “amazing” news that footballer Paolo Guerrero, who was suspended after testing positive for traces of cocaine, won a last-ditch appeal and will be able to participate in the World Cup.

Peruvians react after court orders Fujimori trial for killings

Peruvians on Tuesday reacted to the news that former president Alberto Fujimori may have to stand trial for the 1992 killings of six farmers despite a recent presidential pardon for a different crime, with some saying the courts are biased against the former president.

Hundreds supporting Fujimori pardon demonstrate in Lima

Hundreds of Peruvians demonstrate in Lima in support of the controversial pardon given to former strongman Alberto Fujimori.