MEXICO CITY — Statues of Columbus are being toppled across the Americas, amid fierce debates over the region’s legacy of European conquest and colonialism. Few have been more contentious than the replacement of a monument at the heart of Mexico’s capital, touching on some of the most intense disputes inContinue Reading

In the southwestern Brazilian city of Toledo, you won’t find much vaccine skepticism. About 98 percent eligible residents there have received at least one dose of a Covid vaccine, according to municipal officials. Most received the vaccine offered by Pfizer, and this week the drug maker said that presented anContinue Reading

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he has changed his mind on how Manchester City will approach their fixture on Sunday after re-watching the Blues’ Champions League defeat to Paris Saint-Germain. Initially, after watching City create plenty of chances but fail to score in Paris, Klopp says he was expecting PepContinue Reading

Sir Donald Brydon, a former chairman of Royal Mail, is to become the first chairman of PrimaryBid, a fast-growing British fintech focused on promoting fairer access to financial markets, Sky News learns. A British technology company which enabled ordinary investors to access a deluge of corporate cash calls during theContinue Reading

GRAZ, Austria — That the conservative mayor would win yet again, and serve a fifth term, had been treated as a foregone conclusion in Graz, Austria’s second-largest city, a place where it’s not uncommon to encounter local residents proudly dressed in traditional lederhosen and dirndls. Elke Kahr, the leader ofContinue Reading