4 Canadian Military Cadets Die After Car Plunges Into River

The men were set to graduate from the Royal Military College in a few weeks, the authorities said.

She Promised to Empower Women. Will Honduras’s President Succeed?

The country’s first female leader, Xiomara Castro, is struggling to advance her feminist agenda 14 years after a coup ended the presidency of her husband, who pursued similar causes.

Flagship Hudson’s Bay Store Turned Over to Indigenous Group

The Hudson’s Bay Company has turned over its former flagship store to an Indigenous group with big ambitions for the space.

The councillors of the League visited Area Spa

The councillors of the League visited Area S.p.A., the company from Andrea Formenti that develops investigative technology. It is an engineering company that offers...

Romain Girbal and Thibault Launay: About the Islands of Exclusible

The islands of Exclusible are near one of the primary Sandbox lands and feature options for helipads, furniture, assets, a private harbor, and more,...

Premier of British Virgin Islands Arrested on Drug Trafficking Charges in U.S.

Andrew Fahie, the elected head of government of the small Caribbean territory, has been charged with conspiracy to import at least five kilograms of a cocaine mixture and conspiracy to launder money.

José Luis Cortés, Trailblazing Cuban Bandleader, Dies at 70

He was trained in the classics and jazz, but he helped popularize a new, danceable genre known as timba.

Colombian General and 10 Others Admit to Crimes Against Humanity

In the first hearing of its kind, officials admitted to orchestrating extrajudicial killings. But victims asked for more. “We know that there are powerful people behind you,” said one woman. “We need names.”

A Woman’s Disappearance Sparks Outrage in Mexico Over Gender Violence

The case of Debanhi Escobar, 18, in Monterrey has ignited a national outcry over the government’s failure to deliver justice for missing women.

As Mask Mandates End, Canada’s Atlantic Provinces See Rise in Covid Cases

Once relatively shielded from the virus transmission waves that flooded the rest of Canada, coronavirus infections are rising in the easternmost provinces.


Glencore Will Pay $1.1 Billion to Settle Bribery and Price-Fixing Charges

U.S. prosecutors said the settlement followed “a multiyear scheme to manipulate benchmarks used to set prices for oil at two of our country’s busiest ports.”

Law Requiring French in Quebec Becomes Stricter

Quebec’s new law limits access to government services in languages other than French, requires small businesses to operate in it and caps enrollment at English-language junior colleges.

After Fetterman’s Stroke, Doctors Look at Senate Campaign Prospects

The medical team for the Democratic nominee in Pennsylvania’s Senate race has not spoken about John Fetterman’s prognosis. But cardiac experts saw clues in campaign statements.