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Quito begins cleanup after protests resulted in a deal. President Lenín Moreno kept his promise to allow protests, which his predecessor suppressed.
Temporary worker visas for the U.S. seem like a safe alternative to migration to many Guatemalans. But recruitment scams often target applicants.
With the country in crisis, Ecuador President Lenín Moreno moved its capital after protesters descended in Quito to rally against economic austerity.
While the environment and climate change assume unprecedented importance for many Canadians, the party that champions them – the Greens – still lags.
People protest in Hong Kong on Oct. 11 against what they say is the abuse of pro-democracy protesters by Hong Kong police.
With inflation rising to almost 20% and violent protests demanding the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse, schools and businesses are closing.
Feminist protests in Mexico City face pushback for their tactics. But activists angry at the rate of violence against women see change in the making.
A month away from Canadian elections, minority voters interviewed say the focus of the brownface scandal has been misplaced.
Bianca Andreescu has sealed her place in Canada’s consciousness – she has Canadians enthralled, and perhaps seeing a bit of themselves in her.
Mexico has reduced traffic over the U.S. border, but activists say their tactics force migrants to take more dangerous routes or wait in limbo.
Humanitarian aid reaches the Bahamas by sea and air while many Bahamians seek shelter or flights to neighboring islands as death toll rises.
A former FARC guerrilla, long schooled in violence, now shoots Colombia’s journey to peace with a video camera.
Canada was the world’s most welcoming country to refugees in 2018. But asylum seekers from Central America have not gotten as much help as others.
Bahamians rescue neighbors alongside aid groups in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, which tied the record for strongest Atlantic storm to ever hit land.
Raccoons are the scourge of Toronto. They – and other wildlife – are the new urbanites, raising the question: What does it mean to be wild?
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