Mexico: 10,000 cases of coronavirus due to a contraction in the economy

Cemetery workers wearing protective suits carry the coffin of a coronavirus victim to the municipal cemetery, amid the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Tijuana, Mexico, April 22, 2020. REUTERS…

Brazil Carnival kicks off with political divisions in the foreground

RIO DE JANEIRO / SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazil's famous carnival really kicked off on Saturday, when millions of revelers in light clothes rushed into the streets, many of whom…

Turkish rapporteur says EU ready to discuss more support for refugees

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – The European Union is ready to discuss further support for Turkey regarding refugees from Syria, the European Parliament's new rapporteur on Turkey said on Friday, describing cooperation…

South Korea calls on the IOC to ban Japan's use of the "rising sun" flag at the Olympics

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea has asked the International Olympic Committee to ban Japan from using the "Rising Sun" flag at next year's Games, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said…

Indian court sends former Finance Minister Chidambaram into custody

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – An Indian court on Thursday ordered a former finance minister to remain in custody for a four-day interrogation, in a case arising from government approval. of…

The White House confirms Trump's letter to North Korea, Kim, before his trip to Asia

FILE PHOTO: A person walks past a banner displaying North Korean and American flags in front of North Korea. Summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 25, 2019. REUTERS / Kim Kyung-Hoon…

Brothers of blood: the rich family behind the suicide bombings in Sri Lanka

COLOMBO (Reuters) – Fathima Fazla, a Sri Lankan housewife, thought her wealthy neighbors in the big three-story house on the other side of the street were the rich celebrities of…

Taliban rejects offer of peace talks in Afghanistan

KABUL / PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – The Taliban have rejected the offer of talks in Kabul next month in Saudi Arabia, where militants fighting to restore strict Islamic law in…

South Africa faces more power cuts, increasing the risk of Ramaphosa's reform

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa is facing new power cuts, power provider Eskom said on Monday that was trying to prevent the collapse of its power grid. , thus putting…

Ethiopia stops a former head of an army company as part of a crackdown on security services

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Ethiopia on Tuesday arrested the former head of an army-controlled industrial conglomerate and took him handcuffed to the capital, state media reported one day after authorities…