An Israeli backpacker has died in an extreme adventure accident in the Peruvian city of Cusco.
New Yorker Lori Berenson, who was convicted of aiding leftist rebels in Peru 20 years ago, returned to her hometown on Thursday.
Twenty years after her controversial treason conviction in Peru, Lori Berenson is finally coming home.
An Israeli hiker was killed when a zip-line platform collapsed in Peru.
Yad Vashem recognized its first Righteous Among the Nations from Peru.
Rabbi Shoshan Ghoori journeyed to Peru to find out whether quinoa is kosher for Passover. It is — but what about the treatment of farmers who grow it?
In the desert of Peru, there is no challah bread and definitely no kosher wine. That, however, didn’t stop the participants of AJWS’s volunteer summer program from sanctifying the Sabbath in a special way. They found their kosher substitutions in a sweet bread called bizcocho and a drink made from purple corn known as chicha morada. In an ever-shrinking world, an increasing number of opportunities are appearing for kashrut-observant Jews who wish to visit exotic foreign locales. But the age-old question for the wandering Jew remains: Where can we eat?