What next for Haiti after assassination of Jovenel Moise?
Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry
In Depth

What next for Haiti after assassination of Jovenel Moise?

Interim prime minister replaced by murdered leader’s pick for top job
21 Jul 2021
Is time running out for Jair Bolsonaro?
Jair Bolsonaro
In Depth

Is time running out for Jair Bolsonaro?

‘Trump of the tropics’ facing public outrage over coronavirus chaos and corruption scandal
13 Jul 2021
What has sparked Cuba’s anti-government protests?
Protesters gather in Miami, Florida in solidarity with Cubans
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What has sparked Cuba’s anti-government protests?

High prices and food shortages trigger biggest demonstrations in decades
12 Jul 2021
Haiti plunged into political chaos after president assassination
Protests in Port-au-Prince following the assassination of President Jovenel Moise
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Haiti plunged into political chaos after president assassination

Police claim key suspect flew into the Caribbean country with ‘political motives’
12 Jul 2021
Four dead after assassination of Haitian president
Deceased Haitian President Jovenel Moise
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Four dead after assassination of Haitian president

Jovenel Moise killed after gunmen storm his home in Port-au-Prince
8 Jul 2021
First Nation graves discoveries turn spotlight on Canada’s colonial past
First Nation Canadians gather for a vigil on the site of a burial site in Saskatchewan
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First Nation graves discoveries turn spotlight on Canada’s colonial past

Human remains unearthed at former residential school in British Columbia adds to growing tally found across the country
2 Jul 2021
Jasmine Hartin: Lord Ashcroft’s daughter-in-law released on bail after shooting police officer dead
An aerial view of Belize
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Jasmine Hartin: Lord Ashcroft’s daughter-in-law released on bail after shooting police officer dead

Lawyer who posted bail for former partner of Andrew Ashcroft says the socialite has been ‘emotionally abused’
1 Jul 2021

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Why Peru has the world’s highest coronavirus death toll
A family buries a victim of Covid on the outskirts of Lima
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Why Peru has the world’s highest coronavirus death toll

Review of Covid fatalities puts Latin American nation’s tally at more than 180,000
3 Jun 2021
Biden mulls Bolsonaro climate deal amid ‘record assault’ on Amazon
Jair Bolsonaro
Between the lines

Biden mulls Bolsonaro climate deal amid ‘record assault’ on Amazon

Area of rainforest equivalent in size to Isle of Man destroyed in April alone
10 May 2021
How can Joe Biden solve the US-Mexican border problem?
US border guards with a group of detained migrants
In Depth

How can Joe Biden solve the US-Mexican border problem?

President angers Republicans by ditching Trump-era migrant cap
5 May 2021
Colombia erupts into violence amid pandemic tax rise protests
Protesters clash with riot police in Bogota
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Colombia erupts into violence amid pandemic tax rise protests

Police crackdown on demonstrations against poverty, unemployment and rising inequality leave 19 dead
4 May 2021
Why Chile’s rapid vaccine rollout has failed to prevent Covid surge
A Chilean woman shows her vaccination card
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Why Chile’s rapid vaccine rollout has failed to prevent Covid surge

Lockdown measures reimposed as coronavirus cases hit record high despite world-leading inoculation campaign
6 Apr 2021
Why Bolsonaro is being deserted by his top brass
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
In Depth

Why Bolsonaro is being deserted by his top brass

Brazilian president is battling for political survival amid surging Covid death toll
1 Apr 2021
Cuba poised to become coronavirus vaccine powerhouse
A man repairs his car in Havana, Cuba
In Depth

Cuba poised to become coronavirus vaccine powerhouse

The communist nation aims to be ‘pharmacist’ to other US enemies after developing multiple Covid jabs
30 Mar 2021
Brazil’s Covid ‘atom bomb’ could go worldwide, experts warn
The intensive care unit at Gilberto Novaes Hospital in Manaus, Brazil
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Brazil’s Covid ‘atom bomb’ could go worldwide, experts warn

South American giant on verge of becoming a ‘breeding ground’ for new variants
10 Mar 2021
Why is Brazil’s Lula still so popular?
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva
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Why is Brazil’s Lula still so popular?

Annulment of corruption conviction stokes suggestion of a presidential run next year
9 Mar 2021
How Brazil responded to its new Covid variant
Residents in Manaus attend a mass burial during Brazil’s first wave
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How Brazil responded to its new Covid variant

Scientists left helpless in effort to track spread of more infectious strain
17 Feb 2021
2020 Quiz of the Year
Quiz of the year
In Brief

2020 Quiz of the Year

Have you been paying attention to the year’s biggest events?
26 Dec 2020
How Peru ended up with three different presidents in a week
Demonstrators confront riot police during a protest against interim President Manuel Merino
In Brief

How Peru ended up with three different presidents in a week

Impeachment of popular reformer triggered public protests over his successor
8 Dec 2020
Instant Opinion: Maradona was an ‘achingly human superstar’
Diego Maradona celebrates after scoring a goal for Argentina.
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Instant Opinion: Maradona was an ‘achingly human superstar’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Thursday 26 November
26 Nov 2020
Culled ‘zombie minks’ rise from graves in Denmark
mink
In Brief

Culled ‘zombie minks’ rise from graves in Denmark

And other stories from the stranger side of life
26 Nov 2020
Phrasebook helped English converse with Welsh ‘peasants’
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In Brief

Phrasebook helped English converse with Welsh ‘peasants’

And other stories from the stranger side of life
24 Nov 2020
Mexico gambles on legalising cannabis
Mexican soldiers destroy a marijuana plantation near La Rumorosa town in Tecate.
In Brief

Mexico gambles on legalising cannabis

Plan aimed at putting a dent in black market - but some fear that violence may increase
20 Nov 2020
Instant Opinion: ‘how to save the United Kingdom’
Pro-independence supporters march through Glasgow.
In Depth

Instant Opinion: ‘how to save the United Kingdom’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Thursday 19 November
19 Nov 2020
Instant Opinion: US was ‘lucky to get Trump’
Donald Trump
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Instant Opinion: US was ‘lucky to get Trump’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Wednesday 11 November
11 Nov 2020
Who are the winners and losers in a post-Trump world?
Donald Trump attends the UN Climate Action Summit in New York.
In Depth

Who are the winners and losers in a post-Trump world?

Britain looks set to remain high on list of Washington’s allies - but some will be cursing Biden’s election victory
11 Nov 2020
US election: what were the biggest issues for voters?
Donald Trump and Joe Biden, the two presidential candidates.
In Depth

US election: what were the biggest issues for voters?

Exit polls suggest economy and racial inequality influenced voting decisions more than pandemic response
5 Nov 2020
Coronavirus: how Arctic Canada kept Covid-19 at bay
The town of Iqaluit in Nunavit, northern Canada
In Brief

Coronavirus: how Arctic Canada kept Covid-19 at bay

The province of Nunavuk has recorded no community transmission of coronavirus
27 Oct 2020
Instant Opinion: herd immunity could lead to ‘mass murder’
Police make their way through crowds of revellers during the pandemic in Soho, London
In Depth

Instant Opinion: herd immunity could lead to ‘mass murder’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Monday 19 October
19 Oct 2020
Barbados plan to drop Queen ‘driven by China’, MP claims
The Queen greets Governor-General of Barbados Dame Sandra Mason at Buckingham Palace
In Brief

Barbados plan to drop Queen ‘driven by China’, MP claims

Tom Tugendhat says the Caribbean island risks swapping a ‘symbolic’ leader for a ‘real emperor in Beijing’
23 Sep 2020
The Week Unwrapped: Sporting genes, Colombia and orcas
South African athlete Caster Semenya
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The Week Unwrapped: Sporting genes, Colombia and orcas

What does Caster Semenya’s latest defeat say about gender? Is Colombia slipping into conflict? And are killer whales turning against us?
18 Sep 2020
Quiz of The Week: 12 - 18 September
Venus
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Quiz of The Week: 12 - 18 September

Have you been paying attention to The Week’s news?
18 Sep 2020
Instant Opinion: Internal Market Bill ‘isn’t radical enough’
Johnson
In Depth

Instant Opinion: Internal Market Bill ‘isn’t radical enough’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Thursday 17 September
17 Sep 2020
Instant Opinion: Xi Jinping is ‘world’s most dangerous man’
Xi Jinping
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Instant Opinion: Xi Jinping is ‘world’s most dangerous man’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Tuesday 15 September
15 Sep 2020
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