Poetic Justice

Chile will reopen the investigation into the death of renowned Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda, who died under mysterious circumstances shortly after the coup that brought strongman Gen. Augusto Pinochet to power over 50 years ago, Sky News reported. The case’s reopening comes a few months...

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Mirror, Mirror

Thousands of Albanian citizens took to the streets of the capital Tirana this week to protest against government corruption, Euronews reported. Demonstrators, including many supporters of Albania’s opposition, protested in front of Prime Minister Edi Rama’s office, with some protesters throwing stones and flares at police...

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Et Tu?

A judge in Haiti probing the killing of President Jovenel Moïse indicted a group of individuals that includes his widow, the former prime minister, and a police chief for involvement in the murder – the latest indictment related to the killing that set off the...

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Hot Wheels

In Paris, London and Madrid, tourists use Segways or scooters to see the cities. In Medellín, Colombia, some use wheelchairs to get a whole new view of the cityscape – and of mobility, the World reported. “It puts you in the shoes of someone with a...

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