In wake of Fujimori pardon, divided Peru debates meaning of reconciliation

Former President Fujimori received a Christmas Eve pardon on his 25-year sentence for human rights abuses. The government calls it the first step in reconciliation for a still deeply divided country. Protestors took to the streets this week, saying reconciliation looks different to them.  Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

Fifth Harmony Issued A Police Barricade Around Their Hotel In Peru!

Gee, it would’ve been safer if they worked from home! On Wednesday, Fifth Harmony officially kick off their 7/27 Tour in Lima, Peru! Performing at the Anfiteatro del Parque de la Exposición, the girl group is bound to tear the roof off! Related: Fifth Harmony Honors Christina Grimmie However, some Harmonizers were so eager to(…)

Pedro Pablo Kuczynski Wins Majority of Votes in Peru Election

(LIMA, Peru) — Former World Bank economist Pedro Pablo Kuczynski won the majority of votes in Peru’s closest presidential contest in five decades, election officials announced Thursday, even as his rival Keiko Fujimori has yet to concede defeat. Four days after voting, electoral officials said that all ballots had been processed and Kuczynski had won(…)