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New constitution recognising Indigenous people ready for Chilean vote

New constitution recognising Indigenous people ready for Chilean vote

The document recognises the existence of 11 Indigenous groups, includes a process to return land to Indigenous peoples and includes the right to “adequate and dignified housing”.

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Judge urged 10-year-old rape victim to stay pregnant

Judge urged 10-year-old rape victim to stay pregnant

It is the case that divided Brazil, and has many Americans worried that it may be a sign of what is to come following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade.

  • by Marina Lopes
Firefighters control blazes threatening Machu Picchu

Firefighters control blazes threatening Machu Picchu

The fire started on Tuesday by farmers burning grass and debris to prepare to sow new crops.

  • by Carlos Valdez
Eight Maradona doctors, nurses to be tried for homicide

Eight Maradona doctors, nurses to be tried for homicide

Eight people who took care of soccer legend Diego Maradona will be tried in Argentina courts for homicide, following an investigation into his death due to cardiac arrest.

  • by Ramiro Scandalo
Former guerilla becomes Colombia’s first leftist president

Former guerilla becomes Colombia’s first leftist president

Gustavo Petro, a leftist who vowed profound social and economic change, has become the first progressive to win Colombia’s presidency.

  • by Regina Garcia Cano and Astrid Suarez
Human remains found in Amazon belong to British journalist, exam confirms

Human remains found in Amazon belong to British journalist, exam confirms

A forensic exam carried out on the remains confirmed that they belonged to British journalist Dom Phillips, Brazil’s federal police said.

  • by Gabriel Araujo and Carolina Pulice
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Bodies retrieved in Amazon search for British journalist, Indigenous worker

Bodies retrieved in Amazon search for British journalist, Indigenous worker

A man earlier confessed to killing them, police said. The 10-day search for the men has provoked international outrage.

  • by André Spigariol, Jack Nicas and Ana Ionova
Family waits for ID of bodies found in Amazon search for missing pair

Family waits for ID of bodies found in Amazon search for missing pair

British journalist Dom Phillips and Brazilian Indigenous rights worker Bruno Pereira went missing after receiving threats. Family and official reports differ.

  • by Terrence McCoy
From the Archives, 1982: War over, talks begin again

From the Archives, 1982: War over, talks begin again

After 78 days and hundreds of deaths, the Falklands War came to a close as Argentinian troops surrendered to British forces in Port Stanley.

  • by Margaret Jones and AAP-Reuter
From the Archives, 1982: Unconditional surrender on Falklands

From the Archives, 1982: Unconditional surrender on Falklands

Forty years ago, after 74 days of conflict and hundreds of deaths, the Falklands conflict came to an end when Argentine forces surrendered unconditionally to British forces in Port Stanley.

  • by Peter Smark
‘Every second counts’: British journalist, Brazilian expert missing in lawless part of Amazon

‘Every second counts’: British journalist, Brazilian expert missing in lawless part of Amazon

Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira went missing while reporting in a remote part of the rainforest near the border with Peru, after reports of threats.

  • by Fabiano Masonnave and David Biller