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That means Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will have to rely on support from other parties to govern. Tue, 22 Oct GMT Fire erupts at convention center being built in New Zealand New Zealand fire services on Tuesday were battling a massive blaze on the roof of a convention center under construction in the city of Auckland, considered to be the country's biggest current building project.
Tue, 22 Oct GMT Japanese emperor begins enthronement ritual amid downpour Japanese Emperor Naruhito began ceremonies to formally proclaim his enthronement on Tuesday in a centuries-old ritual attended by dignitaries from more than countries.
Tue, 22 Oct GMT Mexico sends in elite troops to patrol city after cartel battle Mexico sent in special forces troops on Monday to patrol a northern city in the wake of a cartel assault that freed Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's son in a hail of bullets, and also won a U.
Tue, 22 Oct GMT Bolivia's election sparks protest as rivals clash over results Bolivia's electoral board released new data late on Monday that showed President Evo Morales had enough votes to win the hotly contested election, sparking allegations of fraud from the opposition and angry clashes in the streets.
Tue, 22 Oct GMT Thai king strips 'disloyal' new royal consort of titles Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn has stripped his newly named royal consort of her titles and military ranks for being "disloyal" and conducting a rivalry with Queen Suthida, the palace said late on Monday.
Tue, 22 Oct GMT Chile's Pinera vows 'new social contract' amid massive marches against inequality Chilean President Sebastian Pinera said on Monday evening he would meet opposition leaders to forge a "new social contract" to alleviate inequality as thousands of Chileans defied a military curfew in protest marches around the capital.
Tue, 22 Oct GMT Johnson faces perilous Brexit ratification after deal vote blocked Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a potentially perilous ratification of his Brexit divorce deal in the British parliament after the speaker refused to allow a vote on it on Monday.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will try to drive the legislation needed to take Britain out of the European Union through parliament in the next 10 days, or else break his "do or die" pledge to leave on Oct.
Tue, 22 Oct GMT Bolivia's electoral board updates rapid count after outcry, shows Morales further ahead Bolivia's electoral board updated its preliminary election vote count on Monday evening after a nearly hour pause sparked protests and calls from international observers and foreign governments for it to resume, to ensure transparency.
Tue, 22 Oct GMT Israel's Netanyahu gives up effort to form new government Benjamin Netanyahu gave up his effort to form a new government on Monday after failing to secure a majority coalition, creating an opportunity for centrist rival Benny Gantz to replace Israel's longest serving prime minister.
Tue, 22 Oct GMT Nigerian anti-graft office charges two Britons in connection with failed gas deal Nigeria's anti-fraud office on Monday charged two Britons in the capital, Abuja, for alleged money laundering in connection with an ill-fated gas deal that has left the government facing a disputed bill of more than billion.
Mon, 21 Oct GMT First polls close in Canadian election that experts say is too close to call The first polls in what looks to be a tightly contested Canadian election closed at 7 p.
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Hamilton should never have been in contention to win in Sochi, but for the bumbling Scuderia throwing away a certain one-two after Vettel broke down and Charles Leclerc dropped from first to third. The Italian team had decided that, in order to beat Hamilton and finish first and second, pole-sitter Leclerc would provide Vettel with a slipstream on the metre charge to the opening bend.