Brazil sinks rusting old aircraft carrier in the Atlantic
FILE PHOTO: Brazilian aircraft carrier Sao Paulo is seen in this handout picture, June 7, 2011. Brazilian Navy/Handout via REUTERS
Bike desks help Mexican students learn while burning calories
SAN NICOLAS DE LOS GARZA, Mexico (Reuters) - Rows of sleek new school desks equipped with bike pedals are allowing students in Mexico to power through their...
WHO report on Ukraine health emergency sparks U.S., Russia row
(Reuters) - The United States and Russia faced off on Saturday over a World Health Organization report on the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, with Moscow...
Japan PM Kishida fires aide over same-sex couple outburst
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Saturday fired an aide who said he wouldn't want to live next to lesbian, gay, bisexual or...
Why are Peruvian politics such a mess? Inside the halls of its Congress
LIMA (Reuters) - As deadly protests rage across Peru, a political battle is unfolding inside the halls of Congress, walled off from the streets by hundreds...
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