Santos wins backing from both left and right; Macri, Malcorra and Massa head to Colombia
Latin American leaders will put aside recent spats, diplomatic outbursts and disagreements today to briefly unite in Colombia, where they will offer President Juan Manuel Santos their full support for his historic peace deal with guerrillas from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
Local teachers, students and trade unionists are protesting against mass redundancies in education, which they allege are part of a process of undermining public education and a move towards a new model based on market needs.
Children stand in front of the bullet-riddled facade of a building in the rebel-held Douma neighbourhood of Damascus, Syria, yesterday. Despite another emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council on the conflict, diplomats managed only to trade accusations. Meanwhile, at least 26 civilians were killed in fresh government airstrikes on Aleppo, activists said.
Tonight’s debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is the most anticipated event of a US presidential campaign filled with remarkable and revolting moments. But if the debate season, when it’s all over, has changed the trajectory of the race, it will be a surprise. Amid all the sound and fury, changes now seem to come in inches.
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