The Week in Stories Around the Globe

Mexico’s President López Obrador leads a massive pro-government march

“You can’t make a change overnight and Andrés Manuel is not infallible,” Pedroche said. “But we have worked hard and what we don’t want is for this to be reversed.”

#Mexico #Election #VivaMexico #Politics

Migrants survive 11-day trip to Spain on ship’s rudder

Three migrants who arrived in Spain after enduring an 11-day journey from Nigeria on the rudder of a fuel tanker were returned to the ship yesterday after receiving medical care, officials said.

#Migrants #Spain #Nigeria #International

Rats blamed for eating 500 kilograms of Cannabis stored by Indian police

Rats drinking milk in the temple of rats in India

 Rats in northern India have been accused of eating hundreds of kilograms of cannabis seized from drug dealers and stored in police warehouses. “Rats are small animals, and they aren’t scared of the police,” noted a court in the city of Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, after hearing that local

#Rats #India #DefundthePolice #WeedLife

Mauna Loa is erupting for the first time since 1984, prompting an ashfall advisory for Hawaii’s Big Island

The smoking crater of the volcano Mauna Loa on Big Island, Hawaiian archipelago, in Volcanoes National Park, after the eruption of lava in the summer of 2018, from the air

“Based on past events, the early stages of a Mauna Loa eruption can be very dynamic and the location and advance of lava flows can change rapidly,” the observatory said, adding, “If the eruption remains in Moku’āweoweo, lava flows will most likely be confined within the caldera walls.

#Hawaii #MaunaLoaVolcano #MaunaLoaEruption #Science

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