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Can AMLO live up to Mexico’s critical moment? Jorge Ramos discusses

Mexico finds itself at a critical moment in history: its populist president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (also known as AMLO), appears unable to get control of the rampant violence that he promised to curb or of the raging coronavirus that he himself was just infected by. And during this moment of crisis, Mexico's most important trading partner, the United States, has just elected a new president. Outside observers were surprised by leftist AMLO's ability to get along so well with former President Trump. Will President Biden prove a tougher challenge? Ian Bremmer welcomes acclaimed journalist and Univision anchor Jorge Ramos to GZERO World.

Jailed HK activist suspected of violating city's new security law

January 08, 2021 5:00 AM

HONG KONG • Joshua Wong, one of Hong Kong's most prominent pro-democracy activists who is serving a 13½-month jail sentence for illegal assembly, is suspected of violating the city's national security law, according to a notice on his Facebook account.

HK activists' arrest draws widespread condemnation

January 08, 2021 5:00 AM

HONG KONG • The Hong Kong authorities awoke to a chorus of international condemnation yesterday following the mass arrest of pro-democracy opposition figures under a draconian national security law that Beijing imposed on the finance hub.

Mumbai police arrest TV chief as media dispute in India intensifies

December 14, 2020 12:43 PM

Evidence suggests Vikas Khanchandani had direct knowledge about ratings figures being manipulated.

Philippines' Duterte disowns list of drug suspects after mayor killed

December 08, 2020 5:59 PM

The Human Rights Watch has denounced Duterte's move as 'cowardly'.

HK police arrest eight over campus protest

December 08, 2020 5:00 AM

HONG KONG • The Hong Kong police's new national security unit arrested eight people yesterday over a university protest last month that violated a national security law imposed by China.

Carlos Ghosn's repeated arrests in Japan were 'extrajudicial abuse', says UN

November 23, 2020 7:23 PM

TOKYO (BLOOMBERG) - Carlos Ghosn's detention for almost 130 days in a Japanese jail was neither necessary nor reasonable and violated the former Nissan chairman's human rights, a UN panel concluded in a harsh critique of Tokyo prosecutors who led the case against him.

Mother of Irish girl found dead in Malaysia says daughter may have been abducted

November 11, 2020 6:22 PM

The mother questioned official findings that no foul play was involved in her daughter's death.

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