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The US wants to freeze out 1M foreign students. Some might never come back
In two months, 19-year-old Tianyu Fang is due to start his first semester at one of the most prestigious schools in America: Stanford University in California. Now, the Chinese national isn't sure if he'll make it.

Why Trump? Why now? Behind Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's big trip to the US
If you're not a close follower of US-Mexico relations, you might be forgiven for assuming President Donald Trump and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador wouldn't get along.

Gravedigger takes Covid-19 more seriously than Brazil's President
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro continues to downplay coronavirus even on the day he announces he has the disease but a veteran gravedigger and the country's former health minister have very different views.

Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for Covid-19 after months of dismissing the seriousness of the virus
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for Covid-19, following months of downplaying the virus.

Brazil is one of the few large countries in the world where coronavirus cases — and death rates — are still rising.

Brazil opens itself up, to everything except masks
In São Paulo, you can go to the market, hit a bar, attend Mass. All without wearing a mask, even though there have been more than 1.6 million cases of coronavirus in this country and deaths are continuing to rise.

Two Americans fined for breaking Canada's quarantine rules
To limit the spread of the coronavirus in Canada, anyone entering the country must quarantine for 14 days regardless of whether they have symptoms.

Hundreds of thousands more could die from coronavirus in Latin America
More than 121,000 people have died of the coronavirus in Latin America and the Caribbean so far.

Bars open in Rio, as experts warn worst is yet to come
Like many cities in Brazil, Rio de Janeiro is relaxing restrictions -- despite expert warnings that economic pressure is 'sending the population to the slaughterhouse.'

Emotional President of Honduras exits hospital after Covid-19 treatment.
An emotional President of Honduras was discharged from hospital on Thursday morning, 16 days after being diagnosed with Covid-19.

Brazil registers most Amazon fires for the month of June since 2007
Brazilian researchers detected 2,248 fires in the Amazon last month -- the highest number of fires recorded in the month of June since 2007, according to Brazil's National Institute for Space Research (INPE).

Unemployment soars in Latin America in the wake of the coronavirus
Millions of people are out of work in Brazil, Chile and Colombia, which have all attempted to re-open sectors of their economies but were hit with soaring infections.

Five days of death as Covid-19 strikes an indigenous community in Brazil
More than a dozen members of Brazil's indigenous Xavante people have recently died of coronavirus symptoms, adding fuel to fears that the virus would hit the country's indigenous populations hard.

What is Canada Day? We explain
Canada Day is exactly what it sounds like: a federal holiday to celebrate the country and show off national pride.

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