‘I am tired of it’: Femicides spark outrage across Guatemala

Guatemala City, Guatemala – Women are leading protests against gender violence and femicides this weekend in Guatemala, where the recent murder of a university student has sparked sorrow, outrage, and calls for action. “It made me scared and sad,” said

France confirms it will read black boxes of downed Ukrainian jet

PARIS/OTTAWA (Reuters) – France said on Friday it would download the black boxes from a Ukrainian airliner downed by an Iranian missile in January, easing a stand-off over where they should be read. France’s BEA crash investigation agency said it

France's coronavirus death rate, new cases slow

PARIS (Reuters) – The growth rate of new confirmed COVID-19 cases in France slowed slightly on Thursday, with health authorities reporting an additional 318 known infections, an increase of 0.2% over 24 hours. The rate of increases in reported deaths

Mexico coronavirus infections rise to 14,677 cases and 1,351 deaths

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s health ministry on Sunday reported 835 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infections and 46 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 14,677 cases and 1,351 deaths. The government has said the real number