Anti-government demonstrators marched in Port-au-Prince on Sunday. (EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
Anti-government demonstrators marched in Port-au-Prince on Sunday. (EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)

Daily protests are paralyzing Haiti. Here’s why.

Demonstrators are demanding the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse in the longest sustained protests of his term.
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Queen sets out government agenda ahead of consequential week for Boris Johnson and Brexit

The state opening of Parliament came as British and European negotiators were in their third day of secret talks over the fate of Brexit.

Spanish Supreme Court sentences Catalan separatists to prison, sparking protests

The leaders who organized the 2017 referendum received between nine and 13 years prison.

14 Mexican police officers killed in ambush as president vows to combat increasing violence

One of the deadliest attacks on government security forces in recent years occurred in the western state of Michoacan, one of Mexico’s most volatile regions.

Hong Kong protesters plead for American protection as police crackdown intensifies

After months of protest and no signs of the government giving in, some activists hope for foreign pressure.

Condemned abroad, the military operation against Syrian Kurds has generated little public debate in Turkey.

France is scrambling to protect its troops amid frustration with Washington’s abrupt pullout.

Meanwhile, Turkish-backed rebels launched an offensive in the flash-point town of Manbij.

Viktor Orban’s party saw poor results and Poland’s ruling party lost control of the senate.

Typhoon Hagibis produced a record deluge that caused deadly flooding in highly populated areas of Japan.

President Lenín Moreno agreed to reinstate popular fuel subsidies; indigenous protest leaders agreed to end the demonstrations that paralyzed the country.

Police said the 19-year-old was killed in a crash involving Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a U.S. government employee. She has since returned to the United States.

Putin visits Saudi Arabia and the UAE as tensions over Syria and Iran continue.

Kurdish forces are caught between protecting the prisons holding Islamic State fighters and their families and staving off Turkish soldiers at their border.

Putin travels to Saudi Arabia for discussions on all sorts of topics, from Syria to Iran to oil.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened the incursion for months. Here's why he went ahead with it.

The 25-year-old South Korean actress and singer had suffered online hate attacks and had spoken out about mental health problems. 

The Chinese narrative about last week’s trade talks differs sharply from President Trump’s.

India has ended one element of its clampdown in the region of more than 7 million people.

“What’s clear is that the U.S. has shot itself into the foot,” one analyst said.

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