After feeling Trump’s wrath, Mexico breathes a sigh of relief at USMCA

That’s not to say the country was thrilled with all of the changes in the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. Mexico’s flourishing auto industry will face new limits, and some executives were nervous about toughened enforcement of labor rights. But at least there was an accord.

Algeria elects ex-premier as new leader, but anger remains on the streets

Ex-prime minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune won with 40 percent voter turnout, but his links to the former Bouteflika regime have marred his candidacy and political stability.
A voter from Selau is seen at Buka market, Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, on Nov. 30, 2019. (Jeremy Miller/Via Reuters)
A voter from Selau is seen at Buka market, Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, on Nov. 30, 2019. (Jeremy Miller/Via Reuters)

Bloody past casts long shadow over Pacific islands poised to become world’s newest nation

The people of Bougainville voted overwhelmingly for independence from Papua New Guinea, but the path ahead is pocked with pitfalls.
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Protests against the measure continued in India’s northeast and spread across the country.
Even the president gets involved as debate rages over a national hero.
The skin from cadavers temporarily covers the burns to allow patients to heal.
Leaders gathered in Brussels embraced Johnson’s sweeping mandate to get Brexit done.
He is one of six men charged in the brutal rape of a 23-year-old woman in 2012. She died from her injuries two weeks after the assault.
A mob killed and hanged Haitham Ali Ismail from a traffic light after he attempted to disperse demonstrators camped out near his home.
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"In Britain, you can have a strong single-party government that represents only a minority of [voters]," one researcher said.
European leaders said they would resume efforts to convince Poland at a summit next year.
World leaders congratulated Johnson as #notmygovernment trended in top place in the United Kingdom on Twitter.
The remark came just hours after news of a breakthrough in the protracted trade war.
The Chinese tech giant has been weathering a storm from the U.S., but is encountering increasing dangers on its domestic turf.
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Controversies surrounding an old laureate and a new one cast the prestigious prize in shadow.
Rarely is the aftermath of animal testing so visible — and so hungry.
Another eruption could destroy or entomb the bodies that are still believed to be on the island.
The president has urged military officials to hire a North Dakota company whose CEO is a GOP donor.
The much-heralded agreement was centered on the strategic city, but it has not been fully implemented, and its population continues to suffer.
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The United Nation’s chief human rights agency says Chile’s security forces abused protesters taking the streets in recent months
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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says the United Nations hasn’t been able to independently corroborate that the cruise missiles and drones used in attacks on an airport and oil facilities in Saudi Arabia “are of Iranian origin
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A court in El Salvador has sentenced 373 convicted members of the notorious Mara Salvatrucha gang to prison terms of up to 74 years
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Residents of 84 municipalities in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula will vote this weekend on the government’s ambitious Mayan Train project
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The managing company of a Greek-flagged oil tanker that was attacked by pirates off the coast of Togo last month says three of the four crew members who were kidnapped have been released
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