Mexico ends visa-free entry for Venezuela nationals

The Mexican Ministry of the Interior Thursday announced new rules requiring all Venezuelan nationals to secure a visa before entering Mexico as temporary visitors. This replaces older rules that allowed certain Venezuelan visitors to enter Mexico without a visa. The announcement, published in the Mexican Official Gazette of the Federation, cited legal authorities, including the Migration… Read More »

Bristol court clears four accused in slave trader statue toppling case

In a majority verdict Wednesday, a jury of the Bristol Crown Court in the UK found Sage Willoughby, Jake Skuse, Milo Ponsford, and Rhian Grahamm, dubbed the “Colston Four,” not guilty of criminal damage under the Criminal Damage Act 1971 for their involvement in pulling down an 1895 statue of slave trader Edward Colston in 2020. 

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