Bernardo Arévalo, running on an anticorruption platform, won a landslide victory in Guatemala’s presidential race — but his adversaries in the legislative and judicial branches are stepping up efforts to bar him from taking office.
A displaced Sunni resident walks along the border of Jurf al-Nasr in September. The area, a swath of farmland about 40 miles southwest of Baghdad, is controlled by members of an Iraqi militia linked to Iran.
Nasra Gwoto, 10, and her brother, Ramadhani, 12, traveled with their mother from Tanzania to India to get a bone-marrow transplant for sickle cell disease. The procedure is risky, and their mother wishes they could have received a new gene therapy instead.