Kenny Stancil, staff writer
Demonstrators hold signs saying "Merino is not my president" during a protest against newly appointed interim president Manuel Merino on November 12, 2020 in Lima, Peru. Merino, who was head of National Congress, replaced President Martín Vizcarra after he was ousted by lawmakers over allegations of corruption. (Photo: Renzo Salazar/Getty Images)
"All of Peru is fired up, we're all very angry," said one protester.
Julia Conley, staff writer
Environmental campaigners called the charges "unprecedented."
Nika Knight, staff writer
'The situation is criminal'


A jury has awarded World Press Photo of the Year to Paul Hansen of Sweden for his photograph of a group of men carrying the bodies of two dead children through the streets of Gaza City for burial, followed by their father’s body on a stretcher. All were killed in an Israeli missile strike. A Spanish photographer also won several awards for his photos in Gaza. Prizes to images by photographers from 32 countries; most aren't as difficult, or as vital, to look at.