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Supporters continue to agitate for ousted leader Evo Morales, blocking major highways, cutting oil pipelines and launching mass protests in La Paz, El Alto and in coca farming regions long loyal to him

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Interior Minister Enrique Degenhart, who met officials from SU Department of Homeland Security Friday, told Reuters he wanted to finalize the agreement before President-elect Alejandro Giammattei takes office in January

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Guaido won broad international backing in January after declaring Maduro's 2018 re-election a fraud and assuming a rival interim presidency, but momentum since then has waned as repeated efforts to force him from office have failed

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Lebanese security forces will boost measures near the country's banks that have been closed for more than a week over fears by employees for their safety amid nationwide unrest

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Visit to military medical facility had not been on president’s announced agenda

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Hong Kong officials confirm they did not request assistance

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Demonstrators push closer to Iraq's seat of government 

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A year later, protesters hope to revive a movement that has largely petered out 

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A court gives former prime minister Nawaz Sharif four weeks before he has to return to continue his sentence and face other charges

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Protesters in dozens of cities threw stones at police and pro-government militiamen

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Mark Sandy, a longtime career official with the Office of Management and Budget, could offer key details about the holdup of US military aid to Ukraine

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With Ukraine at the epicenter of an impeachment inquiry in Washington, top American diplomats to Ukraine and foreign policy experts say continued US aid to that country is essential to its ongoing efforts to counter Russian aggression

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Government says it does not recognize the International Criminal Court's decision to allow prosecutors to open an investigation into crimes committed against the country's Rohingya Muslim minority

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Turkey's Defense Ministry blamed the main Kurdish militia, known as the People's Protection Units, for the blast in al-Bab, Aleppo province

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Troop presence marks a rare public appearance by the People's Liberation Army on the streets of the semi-autonomous territory

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Millions are forced to work in conditions that put their health and lives at risk, leading health and safety agencies say

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About 50 men broke out of their cells and attacked female inmates in same makeshift jail, a prosecutor said

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Legislators say the final bill will require phone companies to verify that phone numbers are real and to block calls for free

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Israel pulls Hamas off the sidelines of recent Gaza violence

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Sri Lanka’s seventh presidential election is dominated by worries over national security after Easter’s deadly Islamic State-inspired suicide bomb attacks that killed 269 people

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The U.S. Senate has passed a bill that makes animal cruelty a federal felony. The so-called PACT — Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture — Act was approved unanimously. VOA's Maxim Moskalkiv reports.

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The clashes Friday outside Cochabamba bring the toll since the election to 15 dead, more than 400 wounded

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Despite the warning of President Xi Jinping, stepping up suppression on pro-democracy protesters may further fuel tensions and hurt the city’s economy: analysts

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China's president calls for prompt restoration of order but observers say stepped up measures against pro-democracy protesters may backfire and hurt the city’s economy

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Millions of Americans have been watching the U.S. House of Representatives impeachment inquiry hearings into President Donald Trump. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles, some voters support the process and others agree with Trump that it's politically motivated.

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