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The Bolivian army chief calls on Morales to resign

Copyright copyright AFP Captions President Evo Morales denies allegations of misconduct after weeks of protests The army chief in Bolivia has called on President Evo Morales to cancel my protests stemming from his disputed re-election last month. The call comes hours after Morales agreed to call for a new election after international monitors demanded results were repealed. The Organization of …

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Spanish elections: Socialists lead in the right wing

Copyright Copyright Reuters The ruling Socialist Party of Spain appears to win most seats in the election, but falls under a majority, exit polls suggest. The Conservative Popular Party follows in second place, while the far right of the Vox party seems to have doubled its voting share, said the vote by the broadcaster RTVE. The right-wing parties have the …

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Large bush fires rip across Australia, destroy 150 houses and kill 3

From Crowdy Bay National Park on the coast of the state of New South Wales to the north of the prosperous seaside town of Noosa in the neighboring state of Queensland – a distance of 460 miles – emergency agencies struggled to bring about 70 bushfires under control. Eastern Australia's most important north-south road, Pacific Highway, was interrupted by fire …

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Jordan recovers border areas as Israel binds under load | Israel News

Jordan on Sunday received two land lines that it had allowed Israel to use for decades, amid tense relations between neighbors 25 years after they signed a landmark peace agreement. Under the terms of two annexes to the 1994 treaty, the enclaves of al-Baqoura and al-Ghumar would remain under Jordanian sovereignty while Israeli peasants maintained access to the land. But …

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Trump's Testimony Survey Expands Party Attempts as Public Hearings Approach

Members of the House Intelligence Committee showed a strong difference in opinion on what testimony is relevant in President Trump's limitation hearing – which will include public hearings for the first time this week. Republicans presented a list of witnesses they would like to call, which is already creating controversy. Among those on the list are Hunter Biden, son of …

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Bolivia Morales calls for new elections following OAS audit | Evo Morales News

Bolivian President Evo Morales said he will call for new elections after the Organization of American States (OAS) released a report saying a disputed vote last month that led to deadly protests should be canceled because of irregularities. In a news conference on Sunday, Morales also said he would replace the members of the electoral council who came under fire …

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Jordan signs cross-border lease for Israeli farmers

Copyright Copyright AFP Caption The border gates were closed on Sunday afternoon The King of Jordan has announced the end of a lease that gave the Israelis access to two border slaves. According to a 1994 peace agreement, Israeli farmers were able to cultivate land in the Jordanian areas of Naharayim and Tzofar – known as Baqura and Ghamr in …

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Japan's imperialist couple greeted by thousands during Tokyo parade

The imperial couple's car was part of a 400-meter-long motorcade consisting of 46 vehicles, which carried a number of dignitaries including Crown Prince Akishino, Crown Princess Kiko and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The parade was originally scheduled to take place on October 22, the same day as the official sorcery ceremony attended by dignitaries and royalty from around 190 …

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