It takes just seconds here to be overwhelmed by the stench of death.
The Ecuadorian government has launched a criminal investigation after personal data was leaked for about 20 million people.
A Haitian senator appeared to open fire amid chaotic scenes outside the country’s Parliament building in the capital, Port-au-Prince, on Monday.
On Tuesday, the Mexican government announced it would question former Guerrero Governor Angel Aguirre Rivero, the state’s former prosecutor Iñaki Blanco, and the state’s then-Secretary of Public Safety Leonardo Vasquez Perez in the new investigation spearheaded by the López Obrador administration. None of them have been formally accused.
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Nearly a month after Hurricane Dorian pulverized part of the Bahamas, officials say there are still 600 people missing.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will speak after a photo of him wearing brownface when he was a school teacher in 2001 surfaced. Follow here for the latest
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The Amazon blazes have captured the attention of the world and its leaders, and for good reason — the destruction of one of the world’s major carbon stores could strike a devastating blow to the fight against climate change, and to the homes and livelihoods of indigenous communities.
Two teens who authorities say killed three people and were found dead after an extensive manhunt apparently shot and killed themselves, police in Canada said.
Club America forward Giovani dos Santos was hospitalized after suffering a gruesome leg injury during Saturday’s match against C.D. Guadalajara.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took his campaign to Canada’s most ethnically diverse city on Friday, issuing yet another mea culpa for old blackface images, and posing for selfies and hugging supporters on the streets of Toronto.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized Wednesday after a photo emerged of him wearing brownface during a school event in 2001. He said it was a racist photo but he didn’t consider it racist at the time.
Two weeks after Dorian annihilated much of Grand Bahama, some residents still languish with no electricity, dwindling food and limited access to medical care.
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