Arrest warrants granted in deadly fire inside Mexico migrant center

Six arrest warrants have been issued in connection with a deadly fire at a government-run migrant detention center in Mexico that killed 39 men and injured 28 others this week, officials said Thursday evening. The warrants were issued for three officials of the National Migration Institute, the agency running the detention center …

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China renews warnings as Taiwan’s president begins U.S. visit

Taiwan’s president is beginning a swing through the United States and Central America, a visit aimed at showing that her self-ruled island has allies as it faces a rising threat from China. Taiwan was carefully calibrating President Tsai Ing-wen’s stops in the United States, and as always forgoing any official …

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Pope Francis ‘improving’ in hospital after quiet night, Vatican says

ROME — Pope Francis is “progressively improving” after he spent the night in a Rome hospital where he was diagnosed with a respiratory infection, the Vatican said Thursday. The pontiff, 86, had “rested well overnight” and resumed work, Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said in a statement. “The clinical picture is progressively improving …

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