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China holds Jiang Zemin funeral at difficult time for the leadership

Top officials gathered for former president Jiang Zemin's memorial as Xi Jinping faces widespread frustration over covid restrictions and his iron-fisted rule.

Amnesty International Canada says it was hacked by Beijing

The Canadian branch of Amnesty International says it was the target of a cyberattack sponsored by China

Mexico pledges to complete huge elevated train in one year

Mexico’s troubled Maya Train tourist project will now include a 50-mile (78 kilometer) stretch of elevated trackway through the jungle

Global survey: workplace violence, harassment is widespread

The first attempt to survey the extent of violence and harassment at work around the globe has found that workplace abuse is widespread, and particularly pronounced among young people, migrants, and wage earners, especially women

Rebels killed hundreds in Democratic Republic of Congo, officials say

Officials on Monday said nearly 300 people were killed in a restive area in the country's east, where rebels have advanced in recent weeks.

She fled Russian occupation by boat. Minutes later, she was shot.

The 75-year-old woman’s death on the Dnieper River underscored a dilemma as battle lines shift in Ukraine. At what point is it more dangerous to flee than to stay?

Explosions hit two bases in Russia as Moscow fires new missile barrage

After explosions at bases deep in Russian territory, the Defense Ministry said it had intercepted two Ukrainian drones, suggesting a serious security breach for Moscow.

5 killed in bar shooting in Mexican resort of Acapulco

Five men were have been gunned down in a bar in Mexico’s Pacific coast resort of Acapulco

Honduras suspends rights as state of exception takes effect

Honduras has become the second country in Central America to impose a state of exception suspending some constitutional rights to deal with street gangs

Private hospitals blamed in Mexico for meningitis outbreak

Prosecutors in northern Mexico have blamed private hospitals for contaminated anesthetics that caused a meningitis outbreak that has killed 22 people and sickened at least 71

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