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Mexico to boost minimum wage by 20% in 2023

The pay increase will surely be welcomed by those struggling to make ends meet during record inflation, but experts say it could cause prices to rise even higher in the coming year.

Kosovo war veterans argue for reversal of witness tampering convictions

The tribunal hearing the appeal operates under Kosovo law but is located in The Hague and staffed with international judges and lawyers in an attempt to prevent corruption.

Tourism in Argentina rebounds as currency plunges

The upsurge in international tourists is bringing foreign currency into the country, as the Central Bank aims to restrict demand on the black market and boost reserves.

UN high court tells Chile, Bolivia to cooperate in water dispute

The court held the Silala River is governed by international law, a point no longer disputed by Bolivia in the latest of a series of court battles between the Latin American neighbors over water rights.

More calls for South Africa leader to quit over theft probe

The main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, is among those calling for Ramaphosa's impeachment.

In new role as G-20 chair, India set to focus on climate

India has been beefing up its climate credentials, with its recent domestic targets to transition to renewable energy more ambitious than the goals it submitted to the U.N. as part of the Paris agreement.