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Fresh news Afghan rivals to meet in China after U. Wed, 23 Oct GMT Burundi security forces kill 14 armed men plotting attack Security forces in Burundi have killed at least 14 armed men who had intended to launch an attack in the northwestern province of Bubanza, police and residents said.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Murder suspect walks free as Hong Kong, Taiwan authorities clash A murder suspect whose case was used by the Hong Kong government to push for a controversial extradition bill walked free from jail on Wednesday as the city's authorities squabbled with Taiwan over how to handle a promised voluntary surrender.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Hong Kong says Taiwan obstructing murder suspect case for political reasons Taiwan authorities are obstructing the case of a murder suspect whose case led to mass street protests in Hong Kong, a Hong Kong government official said on Wednesday.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Bolivian protesters flood capital as Morales whisker away from outright victory Bolivians furious over what they saw as an attempt by leftist President Evo Morales to rig Sunday's election protested outside the hotel in the capital city of La Paz where the country's electoral board was processing remaining ballots on Tuesday.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT China plans to replace Hong Kong leader Lam with 'interim' chief executive: FT China is drawing up a plan to replace Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam with an "interim" chief executive, the Financial Times reported, citing people briefed on the deliberations, which would bring to a close Lam's rule after months of often-violent pro-democracy protests.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Indonesia cabinet unveiled, includes president's main rival Indonesian President Joko Widodo unveiled his cabinet for a second term on Wednesday, retaining former World Bank economist Sri Mulyani Indrawati as finance minister and tapping the leader of the opposition as he seeks to push through reforms.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Chile's Pinera seeks forgiveness from hard-pressed citizens, offers rescue package Chile's President Sebastian Pinera announced an ambitious raft of measures on Tuesday, aiming to quell protests against his government with a guaranteed minimum wage, a hike in the state pension offering and the stabilization of electricity costs.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT 'Baby Shark' song used to soothe toddler becomes rallying cry in Lebanon A popular children's song became a rallying cry in Lebanon after protesters in Beirut spontaneously sang the hit to calm a toddler caught in the midst of a noisy demonstration.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Swiss financiers face Green backlash after election Switzerland's Greens took aim at the country's financial services sector after parliamentary election gains which shifted the balance of political power to the left. Wed, 23 Oct GMT Vatican denies book's allegations of impending default The Vatican on Tuesday dismissed allegations in a new book that the Holy See risks default in the next few years because of falling donations, financial mismanagement and corruption.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Hong Kong government pledges more aid to battered city, no end in sight to unrest Hong Kong's embattled government announced extra financial support on Tuesday for the Chinese-ruled city battered by political unrest and facing its first recession in a decade.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Bolivian government seeks election audit, vows to respect result The government of Bolivian President Evo Morales has asked the Organization of American States OAS to conduct an audit of a binding vote count after preliminary results of Sunday's presidential election that showed Morales' winning outright sparked concerns about tampering and violent protests, the country's foreign minister said on Tuesday.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Vice president of Bolivia's electoral board resigns over early count controversy The vice president of Bolivia's electoral board tendered his resignation to the government of President Evo Morales, citing the "foolish" decision by the rest of the six-member panel to interrupt publication of results of an official quick count vote in Sunday's presidential election.
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