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Monos review – Apocalypse Now on shrooms

Monos review – Apocalypse Now on shrooms

Chaos intensifies in Alejandro Landes’s deeply mad thriller about a wild cult of teenage bandits who have rituals, guns and a hostage – but no Mr KurtzThis overpoweringly tense and deeply mad thriller
Hungry Venezuelans urge help but standoff looms over 'politicised' aid

Hungry Venezuelans urge help but standoff looms over 'politicised' aid

Guaidó tells caravans to take food and medicine across border from Colombia but political move likely to provoke MaduroAs a shipment of US aid waits in a Colombian frontier warehouse, hungry
US Deplores Haiti Violence

US Deplores Haiti Violence

The United States has expressed concern about the violent protests that have swept Haiti."We support the right of all people to demand a democratic and transparent government and to hold their
Levi’s has filed to go public—again

Levi’s has filed to go public—again

Levi's went public once before. Now it's trying it again, and clearly feeling confident despite some challenging conditions in the marketplace.
Nicolás Maduro claims foes 'totally failed' to topple him as efforts falter

Nicolás Maduro claims foes 'totally failed' to topple him as efforts falter

The US conceded it was ‘impossible to predict’ how long Maduro will remain in powerVenezuela’s embattled leader, Nicolás Maduro, has claimed he has seen off a dramatic opposition challenge to his
Video of woman in Canada throwing chairs from 45th floor sparks outrage

Video of woman in Canada throwing chairs from 45th floor sparks outrage

Marcella Zoia charged after video showed a woman throwing two chairs from a condo balcony on to a busy Toronto streetA 19-year-old woman has turned herself in to Canadian police to face charges of
Trump, Colombia's Duque Discuss Efforts to Oust Venezuela's Maduro

Trump, Colombia's Duque Discuss Efforts to Oust Venezuela's Maduro

U.S. President Donald Trump and his Colombian counterpart, Ivan Duque, met Wednesday in Washington, their talks focused on efforts to push Venezuela's leftist President Nicolas Maduro from power. "We
Nevada Woman is 6th to Accuse Former Costa Rican President of Sexual Misconduct

Nevada Woman is 6th to Accuse Former Costa Rican President of Sexual Misconduct

The longtime director of the international center at the University of Nevada in Reno is the latest woman to accuse Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Costa Rican President Oscar Arias of sexual
Haiti Protesters March to Presidential Palace

Haiti Protesters March to Presidential Palace

Hundreds of protesters marched to the National Palace in Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince, Wednesday to send a message to President Jovenel Moise: It's time to leave.But the president has remained
'It was execution': 13 dead in Brazil as state pushes new gang policy

'It was execution': 13 dead in Brazil as state pushes new gang policy

Recent raid suggests police are implementing ‘shoot-to-kill’ tactics that Rio’s new governor campaigned on When he was campaigning to become the governor of Rio de Janeiro state, Wilson Witzel
Haiti in disarray as anti-government protests lead to prison breakout

Haiti in disarray as anti-government protests lead to prison breakout

Demonstrations over missing $4bn in development funds leave police overstretched, allowing 78 inmates to escapeThe impoverished Caribbean nation of Haiti, hit by days of violent demonstrations that
'Dignity and respect': Dominican factory vows to never be a sweatshop

'Dignity and respect': Dominican factory vows to never be a sweatshop

Alta Gracia, which aims to ‘treat workers decently’ and pay a living wage, is a far cry from the grueling conditions many of the workers previously experienced Factory worker Aracelis Upia sings to
Free, Fair Elections Needed in Venezuela, US Lawmakers Say

Free, Fair Elections Needed in Venezuela, US Lawmakers Say

Political and economic instability have pushed the Venezuelan people to the edge, requiring a surge of humanitarian aid, Trump administration officials told the U.S. Congress Wednesday. In his first
Free, Fair Elections Needed in Venezuela, Lawmakers Say

Free, Fair Elections Needed in Venezuela, Lawmakers Say

The U.S. Congress will not approve military intervention in Venezuela, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Eliot Engel said Wednesday.“I do worry about the president’s saber-rattling, his hints
New drug raises hopes of reversing memory loss in old age

New drug raises hopes of reversing memory loss in old age

Toronto researchers believe the drug can also help those with depression, schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s An experimental drug that bolsters ailing brain cells has raised hopes of a treatment for memory
Trump to Warn of 'Dangers of Socialism' in Speech About Venezuela

Trump to Warn of 'Dangers of Socialism' in Speech About Venezuela

White House officials say U.S. President Donald Trump will warn of "the dangers of socialism" in a speech Monday in support of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who is recognized by the United
Argentina Security in Spotlight as Election Nears

Argentina Security in Spotlight as Election Nears

Argentina's government, with one eye on elections later in the year, is getting tough on crime, and one figure is taking center stage: the country's security tsar.Patricia Bullrich, 62, the security
Haiti's Senate Leader Presents Plan to End Crisis

Haiti's Senate Leader Presents Plan to End Crisis

"The country is getting ready to explode!" Haiti's newly elected Senate Leader Carl Murat Cantave said during a midday press conference Thursday, in which he denounced the violence that has left at
Maduro: FM Held ‘Secret Talks’ With US Envoy to Venezuela

Maduro: FM Held ‘Secret Talks’ With US Envoy to Venezuela

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza held secret talks in New York with the U.S. special envoy to Venezuela, President Nicloas Maduro revealed.Maduro told the Associated Press that Arreaza
‘Fintech’ Could Help Mexicans Abroad Send Money Home

‘Fintech’ Could Help Mexicans Abroad Send Money Home

Mexico's new government is trying to slash the cost of sending cash home for Mexican families living abroad and is hoping competition from “fintechs” (financial technology) will encourage banks and