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Protest-riddled Ecuador declares 'state of exception' in 3 provinces
Ecuador's president declares a state of exception across three provinces to calm protests against rising prices.
Protest-riddled Ecuador declares 'state of exception' in 3 provinces
More10 days ago
Black, indigenous people face discriminate policing in Canada’s Toronto, data shows
Newly released data shows that Black, indigenous, and other minority communities in Canada's biggest city of Toronto have faced disproportionate use-of-force by police officers.
Black, indigenous people face discriminate policing in Canada’s Toronto, data shows
More15 days ago
Ex-Bolivian president Anez gets 10 years for coup against Morales
Bolivia’s ex-president Jeanine Anez gets a 10-year prison term more than a year after her arrest on charges of leading a US-backed plot in 2019 to oust re-elected socialist president Evo Morales.
Ex-Bolivian president Anez gets 10 years for coup against Morales
More18 days ago
Canada Muslims call for action on Islamophobia on terror attack anniversary
Muslim community leaders in Canada renew demands from the government to deal with Islamophobia a year after four members of a Muslim family were killed in a terrorist hate attack.
Canada Muslims call for action on Islamophobia on terror attack anniversary
Foreign Policy20 days ago
US excludes Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua from Americas summit, risking boycott
The US has decided against inviting leaders of Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua to the Summit of the Americas, risking an embarrassing boycott of the US-hosted gathering by regional leaders.
US excludes Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua from Americas summit, risking boycott
Mexicoone month ago
Mexican president presses for end to US sanctions on Cuba
The Mexican leader also insisted that all countries of the region should be able to take part in a Summit of the Americas to be held in Los Angeles in June.
Mexican president presses for end to US sanctions on Cuba
Moreone month ago
Hundreds of Canadians protest government overreach, several arrested
Canada's police have arrested several people in the capital, Ottawa, following a march by hundreds of bikers, pedestrians and cars against government overreach.
Hundreds of Canadians protest government overreach, several arrested
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