Mexican human rights commission condemns killing of reporter

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s human rights commission on Saturday condemned the killing of a police beat reporter in western Mexico, the latest in a string of journalists shot down in acts that may be connected to their work.

Splitting From Older Age Groups, Majority Of Young Americans Disapprove Of Trump’s Handling Of Syria

As compared to older age groups, young Americans are less supportive of Trump’s recent missile strikes against a Syrian government airbase, more willing to have the U.S. cooperate with the Syrian government to fight ISIS, and less willing to supply weapons to moderates in Syria to help fight ISIS.

Brazil’s Odebrecht paid $3.3 billion in bribes over a decade: reports

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Odebrecht SA [ODBES.UL], the Brazilian engineering company at the center of a historic corruption scandal, paid out a total of about $3.3 billion in bribes in the nine years through 2014, according to testimony cited by local media on Saturday.

The 5 Most Important Questions To Ask Prospective Agencies

Agency offerings and capabilities are lagging behind client transformation from a product to a service orientation. Agencies also don’t grasp that the channel-specific iterative campaign-based communications model has to a content model and emphasis on customer experience.

Right, left-wing protesters clash in Berkeley, California park

BERKELEY, Calif. (Reuters) – Right and left-wing protesters clashed on Saturday at a park in downtown Berkeley, California, exchanging blows and throwing bottles and cans as police in riot gear sought to separate the two camps, using explosive devices at one point.

A Look Inside Aktau, Kazakhstan’s Other Hub On The ‘New Silk Road’

Kazakhstan has a complete program underway to position the country as a core transport hub in the heart of Eurasia. A prominent part of this plan is the development of the Aktau seaport into a true epicenter for logistics.