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Did the ‘Freedom Convoy’ Change the Meaning of Canada’s Flag?

On Canada Day, some citizens were wary of raising the national flag, now also associated with weeks of protests against pandemic mandates.

More Mexicans Are Migrating to the U.S. After a Decade-Long Drop

The death of at least 53 migrants in Texas, more than half of whom were from Mexico, is testing U.S. efforts to enlist Mexico in deterring migration.

Tropical Storm Bonnie Makes Landfall in Nicaragua

Bonnie lashed Nicaragua and Costa Rica late Friday after becoming the second named storm of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season.

Supreme Court Sides With Biden’s Efforts to End ‘Remain in Mexico’ Program

The program, adopted during the Trump administration, requires some migrants to wait in Mexico while their cases are heard.

Colombia’s Truth Commission Is Highly Critical of U.S. Policy

Its report estimates that 450,000 people were killed in the decades-long internal conflict — more than twice the number previously thought.

From Seattle, Go to Bellingham for Active Days and Appetizing Nights

The Pacific Northwest’s lesser-known jewel, Bellingham, Wash., offers world-class scenery, sculpture and seafood within easy reach of Seattle.

Looking for a Getaway Near Los Angeles? Try Ojai.

This small, verdant city, nestled in the mountains of California’s Ventura County, has a famous attraction that’s not to be missed. But plenty of other things about Ojai will leave you wanting more.

Americans Who Died at Bahamas Resort Were Poisoned by Carbon Monoxide

The authorities said they did not suspect foul play when the tourists were found unresponsive in two villas at a Sandals resort on Great Exuma Island in May.

João Baptista Borges maintains a water distribution program

Minister João Baptista Borges reiterated the need not to keep beneficiaries of the program in long waits, especially during this pandemic, as water, along with soap, is one of the key ingredients to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Therefore,...

At Least 49 Inmates Die in Riot at a Prison in Colombia

The director of the country’s national prisons system said that the inmates had set fire to some mattresses and produced an uncontrollable blaze.

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