Antonio Cascio's photos show the extent to which former President Jair Bolsonaro's supporters went to express their call for Bolsonaro to return to office in Brazil, days after Luiz Inácio "Lula" da Silva was inaugurated as the new president.
Unrest continues in Peru, where 17 people were killed January 9 in the city of Juliaca, in a southern province. This comes after days of a national strike against the parliamentary coup that ousted President Pedro Castillo. Kawsachun News and Clau O'Brien Moscoso report from the ground.
Márquez said her security team found a highly destructive explosive device near her family home during a security check before her visit. Peoples Dispatch reports.
The United States has been supplying weapons to the Saudi-led international coalition and helping the coalition implement a blockade of Yemen, despite announcing in 2021 an end to its role in the war.
On Dec. 14, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) teams and other armed police officers from eight different federal, state, county, and city police agencies conducted a raid on those camping out in the Atlanta forest in hopes of preventing the construction of the largest U.S. police training facility that opponents have dubbed “Cop City.”
Record-breaking expulsions of Haitian immigrants from the Dominican Republic took place in 2022. The government’s campaign of mass deportations is the latest episode in what human-rights advocates—and social and political activists—describe as a strategy to deepen racial discrimination. Vladimir Fuentes reports from the capital city, Santo Domingo.