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Migrant laborers from Ethiopia are streaming home by the thousands, some of them with the coronavirus, adding to the woes of that struggling country.
Telenovelas, iconic Mexican soap operas, were written off as too corny and simplistic to compete with higher-budget shows. Now they're roaring back.
Jayden Nightingale, 22, goes out spearfishing three times a week and would soon be in the water to catch a feast for his brother’s birthday. “My mother asked for octopus,” he said.
Madrid has become the first major European city to reverse a ban on high-emissions vehicles and allow cars unfettered access to an area that was placed out of bounds for many less than a year ago
China is reviving one of its favorite conspiracy theories to defend a crackdown in Hong Kong, saying — without evidence — that protesters are "extremists" working with foreign countries to try to overthrow the government
King Juan Carlos came to Spain's throne with almost no money in 1975. Now the family's wealth is up to $2.3 billion
Germany has no monument to Adolf Hitler. Italy has none to Benito Mussolini. But Spain has the Valley of the Fallen, a basilica holding the remains of Francisco Franco. Now, a revived plan to exhume the dictator's remains has touched off a furor.
The death of two teenagers who were electrocuted while working at a McDonald's in Peru has opened a debate about whether the country is sacrificing safety for investment and jobs
Philippine lawmakers have shut down the country’s leading broadcast network, ABS-CBN, which President Rodrigo Duterte had accused of bias