Public Transport Resumes in Uganda

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Food Vendor in Mexico Faces Declining Sales

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Puerto Rican Tourism, Business Suffer Due to Coronavirus

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Worker in Mexico Must Risk Coronavirus Infection to Earn a Living

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Virtual Learning Out of Reach for Migrant Families in Mexico

Region: Mexico

Topics: Child RightsCoronavirusEducationMigration

Migrant workers in Mexico’s Rarámuri Minita shelter have overcome many obstacles to provide their children with education. The coronavirus crisis may prove the biggest challenge yet.

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Kisangani Currency Heist Sows Confusion Among Vendors, Shoppers

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: DevelopmentEconomyInfrastructureMoney

Last year, a group of Kisangani residents stole a load of bank notes marked for destruction. As the old, tattered currency re-enters circulation, shoppers and vendors lose trust in their money – and the Central Bank of Congo.

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Lawyers Disagree on Reform as Mexico’s Broken Legal System Persists

Region: Mexico

Topics: CorruptionJobsLegal RightsPower

Many lawyers in Mexico agree that the country’s legal system is badly in need of reform: Mexico ranks fourth in the world for impunity, and corruption is rampant. As lawyers grapple with how to hold colleagues accountable, the legal system continues to take a devastating toll.

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Students Organize Event to Encourage Fun and Creativity

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Constitutional Hearings During Pandemic Provoke Uproar in Zimbabwe

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: CoronavirusPoliticsPower

The government’s move to amend the constitution during the coronavirus crisis sparked ire, as citizens faced confusion, chaos and risk of infection to provide public comment.

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Puerto Rican Ice Cream Shop Adapts to Coronavirus Restrictions

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