Stories from 1 May 2018
The woes of Britain's ‘Windrush generation’ are deeply felt in the Caribbean
"The British bring us to the Caribbean to do unpaid labour. Take us to fight in WW2. Take us to England to rebuild it. Then they have us deported."
In Spain, the “la manada” sexual assault case verdict triggers mass protests
"A group of five men cornered and raped a woman, and then filmed and shared it. However, the courts decided that it was not a rape."
Kidnapping and murders as Ecuador and Colombia's border crisis heightens
Reaching a peace agreement that puts an end to one of the oldest conflicts in the hemisphere is complicated by the murder of three members of the newspaper El Comercio.
In Mexico, an indigenous community telco will continue to operate — for now
"For us, the fact that we had to pay a million pesos meant that we would stop operating."
Senior Vatican Cardinal George Pell to stand trial on sexual offence charges in Australia
"Sending love to all those victims who will be giving evidence. It takes an enormous amount of strength to stand up like this."
After a 36-year absence, Peruvians qualify for the World Cup and a trading card frenzy ensues
"For about 25 years, I've collected the Panini album, and it's the first time I paste a card of a Peruvian player."