In the 1990s, Peru’s government ordered the sterilization of hundreds of thousands of women, as part of the effort to fight poverty. One of the victims is now trying to convince others who were sterilized to demand justice.
Peru's former president Alberto Fujimori has been freed after leaving hospital, following a medical pardon. He had been serving a 25-year sentence for corruption and human rights crimes during his time as president.
Whether or not the pardoning of former dictator Alberto Fujimori was a dirty deal is hardly relevant. Either way, Peru's President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has lost the trust of voters in the country, says DW's Uta Thofern.
Venezuela's inflation rate is already the highest in the world but is set for a new record. Even in the capital, people are struggling to afford basic goods and services on incomes once regarded as more than adequate.
Condoms are among the least popular contraceptive methods in India. The government has now introduced an unprecedented online condom distribution service to improve their utility. Murali Krishnan reports from New Delhi.
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