Hundreds of Mexicans line up at the border to cross into the US.
An old, familiar face is joining thousands of migrants trying to cross into the US to seek asylum: Mexicans. A rising number of Mexican citizens are fleeing states slammed by violence
Overall, just over half of the deaths this year — 259 — were caused by drowning, such as through shipwrecks in the Caribbean or failed river crossings. About 65 were from highway crashes, and around 20 each on railroad routes, from dehydration or exposure, violence including homicide, and sickness or lack of medical care.
“Africa weeps. Free us.” That’s the message handwritten in French and Spanish on a protest banner at a tent city here in the southernmost tip of Mexico. The tents belong to some
The statement by Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai that as many as 20 million girls may never return to school even after the global COVID-19 crisis is alarming and triggers serious thinking.
Compliments to the UAE for commencing COVID-19 vaccinations (UAE starts world’s first ever COVID-19, Sept 19, Gulf Today). COVID-19 has brought the whole world to its knees.
A storm is gathering across India against three agrarian reform measures the Narendra Modi administration has pushed through Parliament. The measures were introduced through Presidential ordinances in June and July at the height of the Covid lockdown.