Six weeks after voters headed to the polls in Peru, former schoolteacher and union leader Pedro Castillo has been formally declared the country's President-elect. He will be sworn in on July 28, the bicentennial of Peruvian independence, election authorities announced Monday.
As President Biden seeks to roll back the restrictive immigration policies of the Trump administration, one state has countered him at nearly every turn: Texas. The reasons may have less to do with immigration than with politics.
The head of security at Haiti's presidential residence has been placed in police custody, according to a close associate, as authorities continue to investigate the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise.
Parts of the Amazon rainforest are now emitting more carbon dioxide than they absorb, raising fears of the potentially devastating impact on its fragile ecosystems and a further worsening of the climate crisis, according to a new study.
Christian Sanon, the Haitian-American doctor accused by authorities of plotting the assassination of Haiti's President, spent months planning a foray into national politics in the country, holding weekly Zoom meetings through early this year with academics and business leaders, and at one point meeting with the man who allegedly supplied the mercenaries behind the killing, according to a person at the meeting.
Cuba announced on Wednesday it was temporarily lifting restrictions on travelers bringing food, medicines and hygiene products into the country in an apparent acknowledgment of demands from anti-government demonstrators.
The Penelakut Tribe in British Columbia announced Monday that it had found more than 160 "undocumented and unmarked' graves in the province's Southern Gulf Islands, once home to the Kuper Island Residential School.