The release from prison of the former authoritarian leader has triggered uproar in the Andean country. He had been serving a 25-year sentence for directing death squads against supposed subversives.
Fujimori, 85, was serving a 25-year sentence in connection with the slayings of 25 Peruvians by death squads in the 1990s.
The court ruled in favor of a 2017 pardon that had granted the 85-year-old former leader a release on humanitarian grounds but that later was annulled.
A school in Peru is part of a wave of community-based projects around the world that uses a perhaps surprising method to help kids: surf therapy. And it's not just about physical well-being.
"Everywhere you dig, you will find something — because Lima was home to great civilizations," says a museum director in the capital. "But it's impossible to save everything in a poor country."
In Peru, so many former leaders have been accused of crimes that the country has designated a small prison specifically to house them. It's a symbol of corruption, but also of political dysfunction.
The number of patients is soaring, the health system is stressed and the government is facing criticism over its response. So far 150,000 Peruvians have caught the virus this year and 248 have died.
The Yanaquihua mining company said 175 workers had been safely evacuated after the accident. It said the 27 dead worked for a contractor that specializes in mining.
The Culture Ministry said it had closed the country's most famous tourist attraction as well as the Inca Trail leading up to the site "to protect the safety of tourists and the population in general."