The wife of a jailed Mexican governor released on bail by a British court

Karime Macias, wife of former Mexican governor Javier Duarte, leaves the Westminster Magistrates court in London, UK, on ​​November 5, 2019. REUTERS / Yara Nardi LONDON (Reuters) – The wife…

The United States says Guatemala must accept an asylum pact to get development aid

(This October 15 story corrects to show that Claver-Carone works for the National Security Council of the White House, not the State Department, at paragraph 4) By Daniel Trotta (Reuters)…

EU Tusk says no agreement or no Brexit if the UK parliament rejects the agreement

The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, attends a press conference after the extraordinary summit of European leaders to finalize and formalize the Brexit agreement in Brussels, Belgium, on…

Germany proposes to compensate victims of the Chilean cult led by an ex-Nazi

SANTIAGO / BERLIN (Reuters) – German lawmakers have offered to compensate the German government for former members of a Chilean cult established by an ex-Nazi in the 1960s, according to…

US Ambassador Expects Friday "Frank" Dialogue with China

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – One can expect a "frank" exchange of views on Friday in diplomatic and security talks between the United States and China, including on issues such as human…

New Mexican government sends marijuana bill to Congress

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The new Mexican government on Thursday introduced a bill to create a marijuana industry for medical purposes and to allow its use for recreational purposes, as…

Chinese soybean demand is fluctuating and US farmers are returning to grain

CHICAGO (Reuters) – Since the mid-2000s, farmer Paul Thomas from North Dakota has planted more land with soybeans as China's demand for oilseeds grew. The shift peaked this year, when…

Against global protectionism, the Pacific Trade Pact is nearing the start

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – A landmark agreement with 11 countries that will lower tariffs across much of the Asia-Pacific region will come into force in late December, New Zealand said on…

Against global protectionism, the Pacific Trade Pact should begin at the end of 2018

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – A landmark deal with eleven members, which will lower tariffs across much of the Asia-Pacific region, will come into effect in late December, New Zealand said on…

Pacific Trade Pact to begin in late 2018 after six members have ratified

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – A milestone of eleven members aiming to overcome the barriers in some of the fastest-growing economies in the Asia-Pacific region will come into effect in late December,…