The temperature is rising toward 45C (113F) as young brothers Daniel and Dilan Rodríguez skip towards a bridge over the Colorado River in the Mexican border town of San Luis Río Colorado. But there is
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile’s government will extend a state of emergency to cities in its north and south, President Sebastian Pinera said late on Sunday, after at least seven people were killed amid clashes
Turkey accused of 'violating' cease-fire; Trump mulls leaving some troops in Syria; Gabbard blasts Clinton
Trump considering leaving small number of US troops in Syria: report President Trump is mulling a plan to keep hundreds of U.S. troops in northeast Syria after most of American forces leave, reports say.
High school girls' soccer team penalized for displaying 'equal pay' protest shirts inspired by US Women's National Team
Several members of a girls' high school soccer team from Vermont were yellow carded during a recent match for displaying protest shirts emblazoned with "#EQUALPAY" that were inspired by the U.S. Women's
China’s economic growth slowed to 6% in the third quarter, the lowest in thirty years and “below” analysts’ expectations of 6.1%. But, quite frankly, if anyone is seriously disappointed by the 6% figure
At first glance, the assertion in this article’s headline seems unfair. After all, isn’t it anti-capitalist activists who are widely regarded as being the most committed advocates for the “exploited countries
BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s defence minister, Wei Fenghe, said on Monday that resolving the “Taiwan question” is his country’s “greatest national interest”, and that no force could prevent China’s “reunification”.
Sinaloa cartel gunmen took over a Mexican city on Thursday, turning the streets into an apparent war zone. Their mission was to rescue the son of the notorious drugs lord, El Chapo, who had been captured