As Justin Trudeau officially begins his second term, a sense of alienation from the rest of the country is the dominant sentiment in the oil-producing provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
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The men died as the military temporarily broke a days-long siege of a gasoline plant by supporters of the ousted president, Evo Morales.
A bandaged eye is now so common among people protesting inequality in Chile that it has become a rallying symbol.
President Jair Bolsonaro has scaled back efforts to fight illegal logging, mining and farming, which have led to widespread destruction in the world’s largest rainforest.
The leader, Jeanine Añez, promised to unify a nation in turmoil. But her initial steps, taking the country rightward and injecting religious themes, risk deepening the divide.
As the country’s first Indigenous president has tumbled from power, Indigenous Bolivians fear the loss of their hard-won political gains, and say a racial backlash has begun.
A visit to the town of Longview brought back the province’s past.
The country plans to hold a referendum next April on replacing the country’s dictatorship-era constitution.
Police operations targeting drug gangs have put children in the crossfire in the Brazilian city, where at least 21 minors have been struck by stray bullets in 2019.
Scientists measured distances covered to compile a Top 5 list of ultramarathon runners of land mammals.
The standoff, which unfolded while Brasília is hosting several heads of state for a summit, underscores the diplomatic conundrum created by competing claims to Venezuela’s presidency.
The leader, Jeanine Añez Chavez, appointed a new cabinet, but backers of the ousted Evo Morales have promised to disrupt the new government.
A Spanish court ordered the extradition of Hugo Carvajal, who broke with Nicolás Maduro’s government. Now the police are searching for him.
The distinctive iconography used by the Indigenous Otomí people has attracted unsolicited attention from fashion houses, which have incorporated similar images in their designs, often without credit.
The killing was sure to inflame tensions already running high in the country, which has been engulfed by protests for the past month.
Spanish leftists, American socialists and Communists from Central Europe have all found a home in Mexico over the past century and a half.
SoftBank poured money into start-ups that use armies of contractors. That has upended the lives of drivers, hotel operators and real estate agents around the world.
Mr. Morales was once a hugely popular leader, hailed by the nation’s Indigenous majority and the global left. Now, he’s been ousted from office, and it is unclear who will replace him.
The Cold War binary of “bad” coups and “good” popular revolts no longer applies. But the labels persist, with important consequences.
With the country left leaderless, Senator Jeanine Añez Chavez said she was taking power. But ousted President Evo Morales vowed to fight on.