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UN warns world 'way off track' as greenhouse gases soar
  + stars: | 2021-10-25 | by ( Emma Farge | )   time to read: +2 min
A report by the World Meteorological Organization showed that carbon dioxide levels surged to 413.2 parts per million in 2020, rising more than the average rate over the last decade despite a temporary dip in emissions during COVID-19 lockdowns. "We are way off track," he said. The report confirmed, as expected, that the COVID-19 economic slowdown "did not have any discernible impact on the atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases and their growth rates." It added that early readings showed levels of carbon dioxide, the gas that makes the biggest contribution to warming, continued to rise in 2021. Even if deep emissions cuts are made now, climate scientists say the warming trend will remain intact because past carbon dioxide emissions stay in the atmosphere for centuries.
Persons: Carlos Jasso, Petteri Taalas, Emma Farge, Alexander Smith Organizations: REUTERS, World Meteorological Organization, WMO, Thomson Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, GENEVA, Paris, Glasgow, Scotland, Geneva
Hurricane Rick makes landfall on Mexico's Pacific coast
  + stars: | 2021-10-25 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
People are pictured on a beach as Hurricane Rick edges closer to Mexican coast north of Acapulco, Mexico October 24, 2021. REUTERS/Javier VerdinMEXICO CITY, Oct 25 (Reuters) - The eye of Hurricane Rick came ashore on Mexico's Pacific coast early on Monday, lashing the region with 100 mile-per-hour (MPH) winds and heavy rains that could trigger flash flooding and mudslides, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said. "Rapid weakening is expected today while Rick moves over land, and Rick is forecast to dissipate over the mountainous terrain of southern Mexico tonight or Tuesday," it said. Mexico's civil protection agency told residents in the southern parts of those states to stay indoors as of Sunday evening. Reporting by Anthony Esposito; editing by Barbara LewisOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Rick, Javier Verdin, Lazaro Cardenas, Anthony Esposito, Barbara Lewis Organizations: REUTERS, Javier Verdin MEXICO CITY, U.S, National Hurricane Center, NHC, Televisa News, Thomson Locations: Mexican, Acapulco, Mexico, Javier Verdin MEXICO, Lazaro, Michoacan, Miami, Guerrero, Costa Grande, Colima, Jalisco, Nayarit
Hurricane Rick edges closer to Mexican coast north of Acapulco
  + stars: | 2021-10-24 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
People are pictured on a beach as tropical Storm Rick strengthened into a hurricane off Mexico's Pacific coast, in Acapulco, Mexico October 23, 2021. REUTERS/Javier VerdinMEXICO CITY, Oct 24 (Reuters) - Hurricane Rick edged slowly closer to Mexico's Pacific coast on Sunday, expected to unleash heavy rains north of the beach resort of Acapulco late in the evening, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said. Rick was packing maximum sustained winds near 85 miles (140 km) per hour with strong gusts as it moved northward at about 3 miles (6 km) per hour. Authorities in Guerrero warned that waves in the Acapulco area and northward could reach between 3 and 4 meters high. Storm Pamela hit Mexico's western state of Sinaloa in mid-October as a hurricane, leaving downed trees, damaged businesses and flooded streets.
Persons: Rick, Javier Verdin, Galeana, Storm Pamela, Daina Beth Solomon, Mark Porter Organizations: REUTERS, Javier Verdin MEXICO CITY, U.S, National Hurricane Center, NHC, Televisa News, Thomson Locations: Acapulco, Mexico, Javier Verdin MEXICO, Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Tecpan, Punta San Telmo, Michoacan, Colima, Jalisco, Nayarit, Sinaloa
Verstappen holds off Hamilton to double his F1 lead
  + stars: | 2021-10-24 | by ( Alan Baldwin | )   time to read: +4 min
"I think I've aged about 25 years in that race," said relieved Red Bull team boss Christian Horner. Hamilton was quickest when the lights went out, squeezing through on the inside at turn one with Verstappen forced to run wide and plenty of overtaking going on in their wake. Verstappen made his second stop on lap 30 to hand Hamilton the lead again. "It's all about the last three laps," Hamilton was told over the radio but while he closed the gap to under a second, he could not get close enough to attempt a move. The next race is on Nov. 7 in Mexico City, Perez's home race and a circuit expected to favour Red Bull.
Persons: Max Verstappen, Mike Blake, Verstappen, Hamilton, Perez, Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Red, Mexican Sergio Perez, Red Bull, Christian Horner, Charles Leclerc, Daniel Ricciardo, Valtteri Bottas, Ferrari's Carlos Sainz, McLaren's Lando Norris, AlphaTauri's Yuki Tsunoda, Aston, Aston Martin's Sebastian Vettel, McLaren's, AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly, Alpine's Esteban Ocon, Alpine Fernando Alonso, Alan Baldwin, Christian Radnedge, Pritha Organizations: United, Prix, Red Bull, U.S, Circuit, Ferrari, McLaren, Aston Martin's, Alpine, Thomson Locations: United States, Americas, Austin , Texas, U.S, Austin, Mexico, Mexican, Texas, America, Mexico City, London
MEXICO CITY—In early September, 12-year-old Zulma Gonzalez grew exasperated. Zulma, who suffers from Type 1 diabetes and is at risk of having a serious illness with Covid-19, had been trying to get vaccinated for months to feel safe enough to return to school and have a normal life again. But government policy didn’t allow minors like Zulma to get vaccinated because officials said that anyone under 18 was unlikely to get gravely ill with Covid-19. The policy has been criticized by some epidemiologists, who cite the arrival in recent months of the Delta variant and another big wave of deaths in Mexico, the world’s fourth hardest hit country in pandemic deaths.
Persons: Zulma Gonzalez, Zulma Organizations: MEXICO CITY — Locations: MEXICO, Mexico
California travel blogger among 2 killed in Mexico's Tulum
  + stars: | 2021-10-23 | by ( )   time to read: +4 min
MEXICO CITY — A San Jose, California woman born in India was one of two foreign tourists killed in the apparent crossfire of a drug-gang shootout in Mexico’s Caribbean coast resort of Tulum. Authorities in Quintana Roo, the state where Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Cancun are located, said one of the dead women was Anjali Ryot. It listed her as a travel blogger from Himachal, India, living in California. Police security tape covers the entrance of a restaurant the day after a fatal shooting in Tulum, Mexico, on Oct. 22, 2021. Crime “has gone up a little with extortion, with drug sales to foreigners and Mexicans,” the prosecutors office said in a statement about the raid.
Persons: Anjali Ryot, Jennifer Henzold, Christian Rojas, Tulum, , , James Graham, ” Graham, , policewoman, Prosecutors, Andrés Manuel López Obrador Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Foreign, Police, Quinta Avenida, Gulf Cartel, Playa del, Jalisco Cartel Locations: MEXICO, Jose , California, India, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Playa del Carmen, Cancun, Himachal, California, San Jose ., Dutch, del Carmen, Mexico, , del, Playa, Jalisco, Quinta, Yucatan
REUTERS/Tomas BravoMEXICO CITY, Oct 22 (Reuters) - Mexico's government said on Friday that it has established a working group to investigate allegations of forced labor at two tomato export firms, after the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said it would bar imports from those firms. CBP issued a withhold release order against Agropecuarios, Horticola and their subsidiaries based on information that reasonably indicates the use of forced labor against its workers. "If any breach of labor regulations is identified, a plan is established to guarantee the protection of workers' rights," the labor ministry said. The administration of U.S. President Joe Biden has said addressing forced labor allegations are a priority in its trade relations with Mexico. The International Labor Organization estimates that 25 million workers suffer under conditions of forced labor worldwide, according to the Biden administration.
Persons: Tomas Bravo, Tom S.A, Joe Biden, Alejandro Mayorkas, Biden, Anthony Esposito, Adriana Barrera, Sandra Maler Organizations: REUTERS, Tomas Bravo MEXICO CITY, U.S . Customs, Border Protection, CBP, Horticola S.A, C.V, National Agricultural Council, U.S, Mexico . Homeland Security, International Labor Organization, Thomson Locations: La Merced, Mexico, Tomas Bravo MEXICO, United States
I was surprised, though, when flight attendants said that this would be the first and last time that snacks would be distributed, and I made sure to grab extras on their advice. I know Mexico isn't classified as a true international destination when it comes to the in-flight service but it was still a five-hour flight. Flying Delta Air Lines from New York to Mexico City, Mexico. Thomas Pallini/Insider
Persons: Thomas Pallini Organizations: Flying Delta Air Lines Locations: Mexico, New York, Mexico City
The White House has delayed a planned release of classified documents about JFK's assassination. In a memo President Biden said that the pandemic had hampered the process of reviewing possible redactions. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963, and his death has sparked numerous conspiracy theories. President John F. Kennedy was fatally shot in 1963 as he drove through downtown Dallas in a presidential motorcade. In 2017, former President Donald Trump released several thousand documents about the assassination, including FBI, CIA, and other agency documents.
Persons: Biden, John F, Kennedy, Joe Biden, redactions, Lee Harvey Oswald, Donald Trump, Oswald's, Martin Luther King Jr Organizations: Service, National Archives, FBI, CIA Locations: Dallas, Soviet, Mexico City
MEXICO CITY, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Rick strengthened into a hurricane on Saturday off Mexico's Pacific coast and is expected to gain force throughout the day, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said. Rick was moving north-northwest at about 7 miles (11 km) per hour with maximum sustained winds near 80 miles (130 km) per hour and strong gusts. The storm was located 205 miles (335 km) south of the beach city of Zihuatanejo in Guerrero state. "Rapid strengthening is forecast during the next day or so, and Rick is expected to become a major hurricane on Sunday," the NHC said. Storm Pamela hit Mexico in mid-October as a hurricane, leaving downed trees, damaged businesses and flooded streets.
Persons: Rick, Storm Pamela, Adriana Barrera, Daina Beth Solomon, Franklin Paul Organizations: MEXICO CITY, U.S, National Hurricane Center, NHC, Franklin Paul Our, Thomson Locations: MEXICO, Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Michoacan, Oaxacan, Mexico
Migrants from Central America and Haiti walk in a caravan headed to the Mexican capital to apply for asylum and refugee status, in Tapachula, in Chiapas state, Mexico October 23, 2021. REUTERS/Jose TorresTAPACHULA, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Several thousand migrants from Haiti, South America and Central America set off from southern Mexico headed north on Saturday, clashing with law enforcement trying to hold the caravan back. Some people among the latest mass movement of migrants trying to pass north through Mexico said they hoped to eventually reach the U.S. border, where the number of migrants trying to gain entry was already hitting new records. A highway checkpoint in Tapachula with some 400 law enforcement officers aimed to block their path, but many migrants managed to break past. U.S. authorities arrested more than 1.7 million migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border this fiscal year, the most ever recorded.
Persons: Jose Torres TAPACHULA, Irineo Mujica, Jose Torres, Lizbeth Diaz, Daina Beth Solomon, David Gregorio Our Organizations: REUTERS, Central America, Reuters, Migration Institute, Thomson Locations: Central America, Haiti, Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico, South America, Central, U.S, Guatemala, Mexico's, Mexico City
Gang shootout in northern Mexico leaves four dead -officials
  + stars: | 2021-10-23 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
MEXICO CITY, Oct 23 (Reuters) - A car chase and shootout between gang members and law enforcement near Mexico's northern border left three members of the powerful Gulf Cartel dead along with one bystander, officials said on Saturday. The incident began on Friday evening in the border city of Matamoros, when military and police officers attempted to halt several suspicious vehicles, officials from the northern state of Tamaulipas said in a statement. Gang members fired on the security forces, set up 15 blockades across the city and set fire to several cars. Videos on social media showed a line of cars speeding through the city accompanied by the rapid gunfire and flying bullets. The program has been heavily criticized by migrant advocates for sending asylum seekers to crime-ridden border cities, such as Matamoros, for lengthy waits.
Persons: Joe Biden, Daina Beth Solomon, David Gregorio Our Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Gulf, Thomson Locations: MEXICO, Mexico's, Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico, United States
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador told reporters he expected higher prices would abate “soon.”According to data from national statistics agency INEGI released earlier on Friday, consumer prices rose 0.54% during the first half of October. That boosted the headline annual inflation rate to 6.1%, significantly higher than the 3% target set by the central bank. Meanwhile, the closely watched core price index , which strips out some volatile food and energy prices, climbed 0.33% during the same two-week period. Speaking at his regular morning news conference, Lopez Obrador expressed concern that rising prices were hitting family finances while also dismissing the possibility that creeping inflation would persist for an extended time. “I think it’s a transitory issue and fleeting, and that we’ll have a reduction in inflation soon,” Lopez Obrador said.
Persons: Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, abate “, , Lopez Obrador, ” Lopez Obrador, David Alire Garcia, Raul Cortes Fernandez, Mark Potter Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Capital Economics Locations: MEXICO, U.S,
A diesel and fuel pump machine are seen at a gas station, in Mexico City, Mexico January 15, 2019. The environment ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Plans to mandate ultra-low-sulfur diesel (ULSD) were designed to reduce pollution from transporting everything from school children to cement and especially the massive volume of U.S. imports that cross Mexico's northern border. Compared with conventional diesel, low-sulfur diesel can reduce harmful air contaminants like nitrogen oxide and tiny particulate matter by upwards of 90%, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. KEEP ON TRUCKINGIn June, associations including truck manufacturers and operators pointed to an industry study showing shrinking ultra-low-sulfur diesel availability at gasoline stations in Mexico.
Persons: Henry Romero MEXICO, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's, Mexicanos, Sharay Angulo, Anthony Esposito, Jake Kincaid, Frank Jack Daniel, Grant McCool Organizations: REUTERS, Henry Romero MEXICO CITY, Reuters, U.S . Environmental Protection Agency, Energy, Commission, Thomson Locations: Mexico City, Mexico
MEXICO CITY, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Mexican steelmaker Altos Hornos de Mexico (AHMSA) confirmed on Thursday that it is exploring the possibility of filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection under U.S. law for its subsidiary Minera del Norte. The unit had been hurt by state power utility Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE)’s decision to cancel coal supply contracts for power stations, AHMSA said in a statement, adding that a third of the mining operations were in the United States. (Reporting by Noe Torres; Writing by Stefanie Eschenbacher)
Persons: AHMSA, Noe Torres, Stefanie Eschenbacher Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Comision Federal Locations: MEXICO, Mexico, del Norte, United States
On May 30, he wrote a long statement on his Facebook account to draw the attention of Argentine lawmakers and the international community to the urgent need to approve a euthanasia law in his country. Worldwide, euthanasia is legal in seven countries: Belgium, Luxembourg, Canada, New Zealand, Spain, the Netherlands and Colombia. Until this year, euthanasia was permitted only in cases of terminal illnesses with life expectancies of six months or less. That is why we must have a euthanasia law,” he said. That is why I am asking for a euthanasia law, not a good death.
Persons: Daniel Eduardo Ostropolsky, , Ostropolsky, Lou Gehrig’s, Daniel Ostropolsky, Andrés Ostropolsky, Martha Sepúlveda Campo, ” Ostropolsky, Sepúlveda, Adriana González, Alfonso Law, Alfonso Oliva, Andrés, Carlos Soriano, ” Soriano, Oliva, Soriano, Oliva didn’t, , , Cecilia Heyder, Esteban Felix, ” Heyder, Cecilia HeydeR, Heyder, Augusto, Pinochet's, it’s, who’s, Asunción, “ It’s, Álvarez, , Ana Estrada, Estrada, ” Estrada, ” Florencia Salgueiro, ” Salgueiro, haven’t Organizations: New York Yankees, Argentine, Caracol, Noticias Telemundo People, Health Ministry, Argentine Senate, Health, Associated Press, Advance, Association for, Public, Universidad del Valle de México, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Uruguayan Medical Union, Noticias Telemundo, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Mendoza , Argentina, Germany, Colombia, Latin America, Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, Belgium, Luxembourg, Canada, New Zealand, Spain, Netherlands, Chilean, Santiago , Chile, Mexico, Mexico City, Empatía Uruguay, El Salvador, Venezuela
The logo of America Movil is pictured on the wall of a reception area in the company's corporate offices in Mexico City, Mexico, May 18, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido/File PhotoMEXICO CITY, Oct 20 (Reuters) - Mexican telecommunications giant America Movil said on Wednesday that it was "ready" to launch a 5G market in Mexico and that it expects to close a deal to sell its Tracfone unit before year-end. Executives were speaking in a call with analysts after the company on Tuesday reported a 16% drop in third-quarter net profit. read moreReporting by Cassandra Garrison, Writing by Daina Beth SolomonOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Edgard Garrido, Movil, Cassandra Garrison, Daina Beth Solomon Organizations: REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, MEXICO, Mexican
A woman receives a dose of Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine during a vaccination campaign inside the University of Santiago, Chile June 30, 2021. With vaccination rates on the rise, countries are facing fresh questions about how to contain the spread of COVID-19 while easing pandemic travel restrictions. "It can facilitate tourism, it can facilitate business, it is in the interest of society," Barbosa said. Turning away people based on their vaccine could unfairly impact certain travelers, he said, adding, "This could undoubtedly create a kind of discrimination." The COVAX vaccine sharing program is scheduled to provide another 4.6 million shots to the region by the end of the week.
Persons: Ivan Alvarado MEXICO, Cansino Biologics, Jarbas Barbosa, Barbosa, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Carissa Etienne, Etienne, Daina Beth Solomon, Jonathan Oatis, Bill Berkrot Organizations: Pfizer, University of Santiago, REUTERS, Ivan Alvarado MEXICO CITY, Pan American Health Organization, United, World Health Organization, WHO, Sputnik, HK, COVID, Thomson Locations: Chile, COVID, United States, Mexico, Latin America, Caribbean
Aeromexico posts third-quarter net loss of almost $109 mln
  + stars: | 2021-10-19 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
Aeromexico airplanes are pictured at the Benito Juarez International airport, in Mexico City, Mexico, July 14, 2021. REUTERS/Luis Cortes/FilesMEXICO CITY, Oct 19 (Reuters) - Grupo Aeromexico (AEROMEX.MX), which operates Mexico's largest airline, reported on Tuesday a net loss of 2.24 billion pesos ($108.7 million) in the third quarter, versus a net loss of 2.88 billion pesos from the same period last year. Aeromexico, which has been undergoing a reorganization under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the United States, posted 13.23 billion pesos in revenue for the third quarter, up from 4.67 billion a year earlier. "Despite the complex environment, the market has shown signs of recovery," Aeromexico said in a filing with the Mexican stock exchange. ($1= 20.642 pesos at end-September)Reporting by Noe Torres and Anthony Esposito; Additional reporting by Jake Kincaid; Editing by Cassandra Garrison and Aurora EllisOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Luis Cortes, Aeromexico, Noe Torres, Anthony Esposito, Jake Kincaid, Cassandra Garrison, Aurora Ellis Organizations: Benito Juarez International, REUTERS, Grupo, Thomson Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, MEXICO, Mexico's, United States
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexican telecommunications giant America Movil on Tuesday reported a 16.4% dip in third-quarter net profit compared with the same period a year earlier, falling short of some analyst expectations. FILE PHOTO: The logo of America Movil is pictured on the wall of a reception area in the company's corporate offices in Mexico City, Mexico, May 18, 2017. America Movil’s revenue dipped to 253.4 billion pesos, from 260.2 billion pesos during the year-ago quarter. America Movil said it added 4.2 million wireless subscribers in the quarter, including 2.2 million postpaid customers. The two companies also reached a deal in which America Movil would sell 100% of its Claro Panama unit to Cable & Wireless Panama, a unit of Liberty Latin America.
Persons: Edgard Garrido, Carlos Slim, EBITDA, Movil Organizations: MEXICO CITY, REUTERS, Barclays, Sitio, Liberty Latin America, Cable & Wireless Locations: MEXICO, Mexican, Mexico City, Mexico, America, Latin America, Claro Panama, Cable & Wireless Panama, Chile, Panama
Net profit was below the estimates of Itau BBA for 21.3 billion pesos and Barclays for 23.48 billion pesos. America Movil’s revenue dipped to 253.4 billion pesos from 260.2 billion pesos during the year-ago quarter. Shareholders last month overwhelmingly approved the company’s plan to spin off its towers business in Latin America. America Movil and Liberty Latin America announced in September they would combine Chilean operations to form a joint venture. The two companies also reached a deal in which America Movil would sell its Claro Panama unit to Cable & Wireless Panama, a unit of Liberty Latin America.
Persons: Edgard Garrido, Carlos Slim, EBITDA, Movil Organizations: MEXICO CITY, U.S ., REUTERS, Barclays, America, Liberty Latin America, Cable & Wireless Locations: MEXICO, Mexican, Mexico City, Mexico, Latin America, America, Claro Panama, Cable & Wireless Panama, Chile, Panama
Cars are parked at used autos platform Kavak in Mexico City, Mexico, August 25, 2020. Baja California state alone is home to more than 500,000 unregistered vehicles, which are commonly used in crimes, said the state security minister, Rosa Rodriguez. “It is a mistake to legalize smuggled vehicles ... It will have an impact on the economy, as well as create concerning environmental pollution and insecurity that threatens people’s lives,” AMDA Director Guillermo Rosales said on Tuesday in an interview with Mexico’s Radio MVS. Lopez Obrador said funds collected from the 2,500 peso ($124) fee to legalize an imported used car will be earmarked for regional road works.
Persons: Edgard Garrido, Rosa Rodriguez, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, people’s, , Guillermo Rosales, Lopez Obrador Organizations: REUTERS, MEXICO CITY, The Mexican Association of Automotive Distributors, Mexico’s Radio MVS Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, MEXICO, United States, Baja California
Volaris in El Salvador set to accept bitcoin
  + stars: | 2021-10-19 | by ( Reuters Staff | )   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Daniel Becerril/FilesSAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Low-cost airline Volaris will accept bitcoin in El Salvador, Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele said Tuesday. Some other carriers, including Mexico’s TAR Airlines in 2015, have previously announced they would accept bitcoin. Chivo is the bitcoin digital wallet launched last month by El Salvador’s government as part of its adoption of bitcoin as legal tender, alongside the U.S. dollar. Volaris, based in Mexico, said on its website that it was working to give clients in El Salvador the option to pay with the digital currency for services at the airport. El Salvador's civil aviation authority in August granted Volaris' local subsidiary authorization here to operate in El Salvador.
Persons: Daniel Becerril, Nayib Bukele, ” Bukele, Chivo, Volaris Organizations: Benito Juarez International Airport, REUTERS, SALVADOR, Reuters, Volaris, Twitter, Airlines, U.S . Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, El Salvador, Salvadorans, El
A sign marks the entrance of the home office of Christian Aid Ministries in Millersburg, Ohio, U.S., October 17, 2021. In Haiti, 9 out of 10 such kidnappings take place in the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area, Control Risks told Reuters. Hope for Haiti, which has its U.S. headquarters in Florida, currently has more than 100 personnel in Haiti. One Canadian and 16 Americans from CAM had been visiting an orphanage when their bus was hijacked on Saturday outside the capital Port-au-Prince, according to accounts by other missionaries. In 2019, it emerged that an employee for the Christian group had molested children while working for the organization in Haiti, and that CAM managers had known for years.
Persons: Aaron Josefczyk, Skyler Badenoch, Hope, Badenoch, Jesus, Jovenel Moise, Maria Caspani, Brad Brooks, Donna Bryson, Aurora Ellis Organizations: Christian Aid Ministries, REUTERS, Reuters, Haitian, Center, Analysis, Human Rights, U.S . State Department, Thomson Locations: Millersburg , Ohio, U.S, Ohio, London, Haiti, Port, Americas, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, Prince, Haitian, Hope, Florida, La, Titanyen, Mexico, New York, Lubbock , Texas
Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers a speech during a plenary session of the Russian Energy Week International Forum in Moscow, Russia October 13, 2021. He skipped the last in-person G20 summit held in Japan in 2019 before COVID-19 hit. Last week, after coughing repeatedly at a government meeting, Putin said he had caught a cold. He has followed some international events by video link but did not dial into a G20 meeting on Afghanistan organised by Italy earlier this month. It was not clear if he would take part in the G20 summit virtually if he does not come in person, officials said.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Sergei Ilnitsky, Fumio Kishida, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Putin, Kishida, Obrador, Marcelo Ebrard, Xi Jinping, Jair Bolsonaro, Joe Biden, Dmitry Peskov, COVID, Xi, Alok Sharma, Leika Kihara, Frank Jake Daniel, Brad Haynes, Kumar Manoj, Vladimir Soldatkin, Angus MacSwan Organizations: Russian Energy, European Union, RIA, Russia, United, Thomson Locations: Moscow, Russia, Japan, Mexico, Rome, ROME, Italy, Russian, U.S, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Britain, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, South Korea, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, COVID, Italian, China, Afghanistan, United Nations, Glasgow, Scotland, Paris, Tokyo, Mexico City, San Paolo, New Dehli
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