US-Mexican presidents celebrate odd bromance in mini-summit

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and United States President Donald Trump make joint statements in the White House Cross Hall before holding a working dinner together at...

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How Jair Bolsonaro and the Coronavirus Put Brazil’s Systemic Racism on Display

Anakwa Dwamena writes about the coronavirus pandemic in Brazil, where incarcerated people are facing an acute public-health risk, and how President Jair Bolsonaro is exacerbating the crisis.

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Rio Tinto to close New Zealand smelter and ax 1,000 jobs

WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- Mining giant Rio Tinto said Thursday it will close its aluminum smelter in southern New Zealand, resulting in 1,000 job losses and dealing a...

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Serbia Protests Meet Violent Response in Europe’s 1st Major Virus Unrest

Thousands of Serbs demonstrated for a second consecutive night on Wednesday in response to President Aleksandar Vucic’s management of the coronavirus crisis and wider concerns over the state...

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George Floyd told 'it takes … a lot of oxygen to talk' during arrest, transcript reveals

Former Minneapolis police officer Thomas Lane, right, walks out of the Hennepin County Public Safety Facility in Minneapolis, Minn., on June 20 with his attorney, Earl Gray, after...

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Little Sisters of Poor Win Big at Supreme Court, but the Fight Isn’t Over

Why are some in the government so determined to force a group of Catholic nuns to violate their beliefs? That’s a question we all should be asking as...

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US service workers to strike July 20 to highlight racism

A national coalition of labour unions, along with racial and social justice organisations, will stage a mass walkout from work July 20, as part of an ongoing reckoning...

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