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Bolivia court allows President Morales to run for fourth term

Bolivia has enjoyed relative prosperity and calm under Evo Morales, country’s first indigenous president. A Bolivian court has given a green light for President Evo Morales to seek a fourth term in office, which opponents say is unconstitutional. “The full chamber of the Supreme Electoral Court, by virtue of the jurisdiction and competence exercised by […]

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Gatwick passengers count the cost of a ruined Christmas

Passengers who shelled out thousands of pounds on holidays cancelled and delayed by drone chaos count the cost of a ruined Christmas A family of seven had their ‘once in a lifetime’ Christmas trip to Lapland ruined by the Gatwick drone chaos. Grandmother Jan Johnson, 70, paid more than £4,000 to take her daughter and […]

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Distraught parents’ plea: Stop the state from stealing our children!

Stop the state from stealing our children! More parents reveal horrifying stories of how their autistic sons and daughters have been ‘locked up, force-fed drugs and abused’ A Mail on Sunday investigation exposed how vulnerable people are treated  Some were fed through hatches, violently restrained and forcibly injected  More distraught parents of young people with […]

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DRC leaders calls for calm after rage over election delay

The election has been delayed by two years already and protesters are skeptical if the election really will happen on the 30th. Opposition candidates in the Democratic Republic of Congo are urging supporters to show restraint, as large protests grip cities across the country. The latest unrest follows this week’s postponement of a long-delayed presidential […]

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Yemen to face worst humanitarian crisis of 2019: UN

Some 132 million people in 42 countries will need assistance next year, with Yemen topping the list, UN says. Some 132 million people in 42 countries will need humanitarian assistance and protection in 2019, with Yemen topping the list of most-desperate nations, the United Nations said on Tuesday. Funding requirements next year will amount to […]

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NORAD will keep Santa Tracker running despite shutdown

Jingle bells at the North American Aerospace Defense Command will be ringing as usual on Christmas Eve — in spite of the partial government shutdown — as the US military tracks Santa’s journey around the globe. The elves at NORAD who have plotted Kris Kringle’s path on radar for the last 62 years will continue […]