Peru's former authoritarian leader Alberto Fujimori has been freed from prison.
President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski pardoned the 79-year-old former leader on Sunday, citing Fujimori's deteriorating health.
Fujimori was rushed to the hospital late on Saturday after suffering a severe drop in blood pressure and an abnormal heart beat.
The pardon clears Fujimori of a 25-year sentence for his convictions on human rights crimes and graft. A deeply divisive figure, he governed Peru from 1990 to 2000.
While many consider him a corrupt dictator, others credit him with ending an economic crisis and a bloody leftist insurgency.