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Brazil tops 1 million Covid-19 cases. It may pass the US next, becoming the worst-hit country on the planet - Brazil has now reported more than 1 million confirmed cases of coronavirus and 48,954 deaths, marking a grim milestone for the South American country.
Colombian military rescues kidnapped foreigners and their dogs - The Colombian military has rescued two foreign nationals -- along with their pet dogs -- after they were abducted three months ago by dissident members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC.)
Brazilian care home creates 'hug tunnel' so loved ones can embrace elderly relatives - A care home for elderly people in southern Brazil has come up with a creative way to bring some love to its patients amid the coronavirus pandemic, by creating a "hug tunnel" that allows people to safely embrace their elderly loved ones.
On Father's Day, Cuba's Elian Gonzalez announces he's set to become a dad - Elian Gonzalez, the Cuban boy whose custody case sparked diplomatic tensions and attracted intense media coverage, will soon be a father himself, he announced on Facebook on Sunday.
Ontario schools will now teach first graders financial literacy and coding to better prepare students for jobs of the future - Coding and financial literacy will now be required learning for elementary school students in Ontario.
A village where 80% of people have Covid-19 symptoms - In the remote Peruvian village of Caimito, 80 percent of this Shipibo community have shown symptoms of coronavirus, according to local nurse Elias Magin. The nearest hospital is an eight-hour boat ride away.
Scientists fear deforestation, fires and Covid-19 could create a 'perfect storm' in the Amazon - A rise in deforestation, drier weather conditions and Covid-19 could wreak havoc on Amazon communities and ecosystems already under threat, experts fear.
Venezuela's Maduro tightens grip on power, helped by coronavirus lockdown - Venezuela's embattled ruler President Nicolas Maduro has made the most of the coronavirus lockdown to stamp his authority over the country's key political institutions, all in the matter of a week.
Brazil swipes at FDA, pushes hydroxychloroquine for pregnant women and children - Brazilian health authorities said on Monday they will now recommend hydroxychloroquine to treat children and pregnant women for early treatment of Covid-19, and criticized the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) recent decision to revoke the emergency use of the drug.
They came to Canada as essential workers. Hundreds were infected with the coronavirus on the job - At least 600 migrant farm workers have tested positive for Covid-19 in Canada since arriving in the country in early spring. According to local health officials, most were infected in Canada and two have died.
One woman's 350-mile trek home to escape Covid-19 - Maria Tambo had reached a breaking point. She was scared and desperate. Her children were hungry. They had to leave Lima. After nearly two months of quarantine, she started for home with her daughters on foot, an epic journey of 350 miles.
President of Honduras says he and his wife have coronavirus - Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández says he has tested positive for coronavirus.
Night burials and unexplained deaths. Nicaragua's coronavirus outbreak may be far worse than the official story - Nicaragua has seen its fair share of unrest, fear and struggles throughout its troubled history. Now, faced with the deadly coronavirus, the government is coming under fire for its casual approach to containing the pandemic.
Paulinho Paiakan, Amazon chief and indigenous rainforest protector, dies with coronavirus - Paulinho Paiakan, a Kayapó chief known for his environmental protests in Brazil, has died after being hospitalized for coronavirus, Brazil's Health Ministry has confirmed.
Judge orders Bolsonaro to wear a face mask in public - Brazil's president Jair Bolsonaro has been ordered by a federal judge in Brasilia to wear a face mask in public or face a fine.
Newborn triplets diagnosed with Covid-19 in stable condition, say Mexican health officials - A set of premature triplets born in Mexico are "stable" and "evolving favorably" after testing positive for Covid-19, according to local health officials.
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.
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).
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. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |