Catholic leader visited the Andean countries between January 15 and 21
No casualties or damages have yet been reported
The bus was travelling from Huacho, 130 kilometers (81 miles) north of the capital, to Lima with 55 passengers and two crew on board when it went off the road about midday.
In 2009 former President Alberto Fujimori was sentenced to 25 years in prison for crimes against humanity and corruption
Opposition lawmakers demanded Congress ‘decline the permanent moral inability of’ Kuczynski
President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has 72 hours to choose new ministers
Peruvian authorities believe Toledo, 70, is in San Francisco. He is a visiting professor at nearby Stanford University.
Toledo, Peru's president from 2001 to 2006, came to office on a promise to clean up politics after a dirty decade under ex-president Alberto Fujimori, who is in prison for corruption and human rights violations.
The Chinchorro were a hunting and fishing people who lived from 10,000 to 3,400 BC on the Pacific coast of South America, at the edge of the Atacama desert.
"Authorities in the district of Ocuviri have confirmed the death of a minor and 17 injured who are now being assisted by medics," the National Civil Defense Institute (INDECI) said on Twitter after Thursday's quake.
Obama landed at Lima's Jorge Chavez International Airport ahead of an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit that is likely to focus heavily on Trump's shock victory.
Group that includes active general murdered victims, falsified records, authorizes say
The cause of the crash on the Pan American Highway Tuesday night near the southern city of Ica is under investigation, Colonel Leandro Flores, chief of the highway police, told America TV.
Two provinces are now under state of emergency have clashes over a mining project turned violent.
China and Peru signed deals on Friday to cooperate on industrial production and transportation in an effort diversify a bilateral economic exchange that had been focused on natural resources.
In a resolution signed by President Ollanta Humala, the government ordered the army to "prevent violence" in the province of Islay until June 7 because of the recent clashes between police and locals protesting
Five ministers are replaced but President Humala left in power his sixth prime minister.
Indigenous communities did not take part in the protest because of a dispute with its organizers, who are mainly settlers from outside of the region, Pishagua said.
Heavy rains cause flooding in more than 100 homes in Lima’s eastern districts.