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 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 take to the streets in Peru to celebrate ex-president’s pardon

Hundreds of Peruvians marched down the streets of Lima to celebrate the decision of President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski to pardon former President Alberto Fujimori. The participants marched with placards and flags, chanting slogans and expressing their gratitude for the pardon “is a sign of gratitude especially to our President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski for having had that noble gesture” said Alberto Zeta.

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Relatives of victims of Fujimori govt feel “injustice”

Peruvians who lost relatives in the La Cantuta and Barrios Altos killings by death squads under the government of Alberto Fujimori in the 1990s say Friday that they feel it is an “injustice” that Fujimori can “continue with his life,” as they speak of the pain they continue to suffer.