Rappler's latest stories on Alberto Fujimori
Between his frequent hospital visits, Fujimori has been serving out a 25-year sentence for human rights abuses
Keiko Fujimori is accused of accepting $1.2 million in illicit party funding from Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht for her 2011 presidential campaign
Peru President Martin Vizcarra tells journalists that before such a law could be passed, it would need to be 'debated in depth to avoid' benefiting 'incarcerated people who are a danger to society'
The 43-year-old is arrested on the orders of prosecutors investigating contributions to her campaign when she ran for president in 2011
'Please do not kill me. If I return to prison my heart will not support it. It is too weak to go through the same thing again. Don't sentence me to death. I can give no more,' says Peru's ex-president Alberto Fujimori
The Supreme Court has 'issued the arrest and detention orders against former president Fujimori so that he may be re-integrated into the prison establishment'
A Peruvian court orders former president Alberto Fujimori to stand trial for the 1992 killings of 6 farmers
Relatives of those killed under Alberto Fujimori's rule – all dressed in black – lead the cortege for the rally in central Lima, under the watchful eye of police
Fujimori is released after serving less than half of a 25-year sentence for human rights abuses
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The 79-year-old has been serving a 25-year sentence for corruption and human rights abuses committed during his time in office from 1990 to 2000
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(UPDATED) 'Out, out PPK! Out, out PPK!' angry demonstrators chant in reference to the president, who had promised during his electoral campaign the previous year that he would not free Fujimori
'The president of the republic... has decided to grant a humanitarian pardon to Mr Alberto Fujimori and 7 other people in similar condition,' the presidency says in a statement
The decision will not alter the 25 year prison term he is serving for crimes against humanity
Veronika Mendoza a leftist congresswoman warns Peru risks returning to the dark days of former president Alberto Fujimori who is serving a 25 year prison sentence for human rights abuses during his decade in office
The lawmaker who is polling at 39 is well ahead of her closest rival Julio Guzman who has 20 of the vote