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Environmentalists see a planned six- million-acre desert reserve as a test of the government’s commitment.
“The desire for revenge should be buried once and for all,” the editorial said.
Incoming President Mauricio Macri brings a new pragmatism to the office, reflecting a regional trend.
Opposition victory marks major shift in Latin American politics and ends a dozen years of leftist rule.
Sunday’s election could end 12 years of Peronist rule under President Fernández and her husband.
The Donald gets skewered in a new play, one of many ways Mexicans are hitting back at the candidate.
Activists hope that the decision generates momentum for legislative changes permitting wider use.
Sargassum seaweed has washed up on beaches in the Caribbean in record amounts, causing a crisis.
More than 50 candidates are running for president in a country still recovering from a 2010 earthquake.
No deaths were reported, but 3,500 homes were damaged. Life along the coast was returning to normal.