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Fresh news Costa Rican finance minister steps down amid fiscal reform push Costa Rican Finance Minister Rocio Aguilar resigned on Wednesday in the middle of a fiscal reform push aimed at avoiding problems with future debt payments, but which has been sharply criticized over austerity measures.
Thu, 24 Oct GMT New Zealand Auckland convention centre blaze under control: SkyCity A massive fire that ripped through a convention centre under construction in Auckland has been brought under control after nearly two days, owner SkyCity Entertainment Group said on Thursday.
Thu, 24 Oct GMT Chile sees first major organized labor strikes since president pledged social reforms Students and trade unionists led marches through Santiago on Wednesday in the first formally organized demonstration against social inequality since Chilean President Sebastian Pinera pledged social reforms to try to quell days of rioting.
Thu, 24 Oct GMT Chile's Codelco resumes operations after union calls for end to strike Chile's Codelco, the world's top copper miner, said it had resumed normal operations after its unionized workers struck a deal with government officials late Wednesday to end a day-long walk-off amid a week of raucous protests throughout Chile.
Thu, 24 Oct GMT Thirst turns to anger as Australia's mighty river runs dry Reduced to a string of stagnant mustard-colored pools, fouled in places with pesticide runoff and stinking with the rotting carcasses of cattle and fish, the Darling River is running dry.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Russian police deploy in Syria's Kobani, Trump calls ceasefire 'permanent' Russian military police started to deploy on Syria's northeast border on Wednesday under a deal with Turkey to drive out Kurdish fighters, marking Moscow's deepening influence in the region two weeks after the United States pulled out forces.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Divided over dictator, Spain to exhume Franco's remains Spanish authorities will remove Francisco Franco's remains from a state mausoleum on Thursday, seeking to exorcise the ghost of a dictator whose legacy still divides the country more than four decades after his death.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Factbox: Franco - Polarising Spain in life and in death Spain will on Thursday remove the remains of Francisco Franco from the state mausoleum where he lies buried, as the Socialist government seeks to end decades of controversy over the dictator's resting place.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Franco exhumation a political game that debases his legacy, grandson says A decision by Spain's government to remove Francisco Franco's remains from a state mausoleum is simply an act of political opportunism ahead of next month's election, the late dictator's oldest grandson and namesake said on Wednesday.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Ecuador's indigenous group says government talks on hold due to 'persecution' Ecuador's indigenous movement said on Wednesday that it paused talks with President Lenin Moreno because of the government's "persecution" of the group's leaders since a halt to violent anti-austerity protests.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Chastened Trudeau to reach out to opponents after Canada election blow, rules out coalition A chastened Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, whose grip on power was weakened after an election this week, said on Wednesday he would reach out to his opponents but ruled out any kind of coalition government.
Chile, known as one of Latin America's wealthiest, most stable and peaceful countries, is in the grip of a political and economic upheaval with thousands of people protesting since Oct.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Facing protests, Lebanese leaders mull reshuffle: sources Lebanese leaders are discussing a possible government reshuffle, sources said on Wednesday, to defuse unprecedented protests against the political elite that have paralyzed the country for a week.
State Department official said on Wednesday.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Young Saudi prince with Western experience named foreign minister Saudi Arabia appointed a prince with diplomatic experience in Western capitals as foreign minister on Wednesday in a partial cabinet reshuffle as the kingdom tries to mend its international image and prepares to take over the Group of 20 presidency.
Wed, 23 Oct GMT Bolivia's Morales blasts opposition 'coup' amid election standoff Bolivian leader Evo Morales on Wednesday repeated his claim of victory in a presidential election and accused the opposition of trying to orchestrate a coup, after mass opposition-led protests since the Sunday vote that claimed the counting was rigged.
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