One of the country’s most valued traditions honors the lives of dead friends and relatives. In a year that people most need to mourn, they’re being told to stay away from family gravesites.
The vote comes after a year of rule by a conservative interim government that is accused of human rights violations.
Workers are demanding increased pay and conditions at onshore remote-control rooms that match those of offshore platforms.
Young people are turning to their favorite social media platform to stand out, but viral novelty only goes so far.
Pope Francis refused to meet with the U.S. secretary of state in Rome this week.
A number of potential coronavirus vaccines are using something called squalene, from shark liver. Experts estimate that about 3,000 sharks have to die to extract a single tonne of the stuff.
The leader of The Base, Rinaldo Nazzaro, worked as a private military contractor for the Pentagon in 2014, which included briefing special forces.
After campers left a mess at Khao Yai National Park, officials have decided on a novel approach to discouraging making a mess: sending the garbage right back where it came from.
Women left unemployed by the lockdown in Colombia have turned to webcams to make a living, and sex workers are flipping to use digital services to stay safe and isolated.
The environment for investigative outlets in the Central American nation is dire. Journalists who've written critically about the president face criminal investigations and threats from government officials.