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Indonesia’s daily Covid infections higher than India and Brazil

Indonesia has reported more daily Covid-19 infections than India and Brazil as the Delta strain sweeps across south-east Asia, placing intense pressure on health systems.

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Top Brazil newspaper demands removal of Jair Bolsonaro

One of Brazil’s leading conservative newspapers has demanded the removal of the country’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, as public outrage over his coronavirus response and corruption

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Doubts raised about who was behind the assassination of Haiti’s president

Questions have been raised over Haiti’s official narrative for the assassination of its president, Jovenel Moïse, who was gunned down at his mansion in Port-au-Prince

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Florida entrepreneur accused by Haiti of taking part in Jovenel Moïse killing

The Haitian government has accused a Florida entrepreneur and former security guard of being involved in the assassination of Jovenel Moïse. James Solages is one

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The Return: a family reconnects with the Amazon as Covid threatens their village – video

The Return: a family reconnects with the Amazon as Covid threatens their village – video | World news | The Guardian Skip to main content

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Brazilians take to streets to demand removal of Jair Bolsonaro

Huge crowds of protesters have returned to the streets of Brazil’s biggest cities to demand the removal of a president they blame for more than

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Queen Victoria statue toppled in Canada amid anger at deaths of Indigenous children

Statues of Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II have been toppled in Canada amid growing outrage over the discovery of unmarked graves belonging to Indigenous

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AOC condemns Kamala Harris for telling Guatemalan migrants not to come to US

The progressive New York representative Alexandria Oscasio-Cortez has criticized Vice-President Kamala Harris for saying undocumented migrants from Guatemala should not come to the US. On

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Time to challenge Argentina’s white European self-image, black history experts say

Argentina has long taken pride in its European heritage. The mass migration of 7 million Europeans, mostly Spanish and Italian, between 1850 and 1950, created