In northern Colombia, large-scale banana and palm oil estates have long used their clout to control land and water resources and leave peasant farmers high and dry.
The survival of more than 7 million people, 60% of the population, depends on international humanitarian aid.
Often accused of sympathizing with the left, Pope Francis has a simpler "apolitical" view of politics and public office: it should be at the service of the disadvantaged.
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How messages of hate and violence drive both radical Islamists and white supremacists.
Two and a half centuries after his birth, the famed German explorer and scientist is still remembered for his brilliant mind and boundary-testing taste for adventure.
The aggressive Republican stance on Venezuela reflects an attempt to seduce Latino voters in Florida.
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Proposed changes to the Constitution could reshape the role of the Armed Forces, even giving them authority to annul unfavorable election results, experts warn.
The indictments filed against prominent liberal figures after the 2013 Gezi park protests show the government doesn't care about defending the constitution.
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Fears of an economic meltdown in Mexico provoked by the new socialist president have not materialized, even if the economy has slowed and must remains to be seen.
Current nationalism in post-Partition India and Pakistan can't kill the spirit of the independent businesses that embody memory and history.
The accusation is serious: North Korea is sending forced laborers to Poland to be able to send money back to the regime. No one wants to take responsibility.
Digital assistants like Google Home are marketed to everyone. But for disabled people, in particular, they can be a godsend. There are also innovations like MyEye, a visual recognition device, that can be life altering for the visually impaired.
-Editorial- BOGOTÁ — As the world recently watched humanitarian supply trucks burn on a bridge between the Colombian town of Cúcuta and the Venezuelan border, locals anxiously wondered if ...
Pigeonly is one of several applications that were designed by ex-cons and are transforming the way U.S. prisoners communicate with the outside world.
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