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'Several killed' in blast at Ethiopian PM's rally

'Several killed' in blast at Ethiopian PM's rally Sat, 23 Jun, 2018

Several people were killed Saturday in a blast at new Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's first rally in the capital attended by tens of thousands of people, state media reported.
Nicaragua's Ortega agrees to halt violence, allow foreign probe

Nicaragua's Ortega agrees to halt violence, allow foreign probe Sat, 16 Jun, 2018

The Nicaraguan government and civic groups on Friday agreed to halt all violence, in a major step to end two months of political unrest that has left 170 dead and rocked the government of President Daniel Ortega.
Nicaragua violence rages as prospect of crisis talks hangs in limbo

Nicaragua violence rages as prospect of crisis talks hangs in limbo Sun, 10 Jun, 2018

Masaya, a city battling at the front lines of Nicaragua's heated anti-government protests, once again became the scene of fierce street battles that a rights group said saw one man die of a bullet wound to the heart.
Jordan's squeezed middle class in vanguard of austerity protests

Jordan's squeezed middle class in vanguard of austerity protests Sun, 10 Jun, 2018

From doctors to lawyers, teachers and architects, when angry Jordanians stood up to the government over austerity measures and the rising cost of living, the struggling middle class was at the forefront.
Spanish gov't falls, Socialist opposition leader takes power

Spanish gov't falls, Socialist opposition leader takes power Fri, 01 Jun, 2018

Spain's parliament on Friday ousted Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in a no-confidence vote sparked by fury over his party's corruption woes, with his Socialist arch-rival Pedro Sanchez automatically taking over.
Death toll in Nicaragua nears 100 as Ortega vows to stay

Death toll in Nicaragua nears 100 as Ortega vows to stay Thu, 31 May, 2018

 The death toll from weeks of violent unrest in Nicaragua rose to almost 100 as embattled President Daniel Ortega rejected calls to step down and the Catholic church, which has tried to mediate the conflict, Thursday refused to resume the dialogue.
Venezuela's President Maduro takes oath as president-elect

Venezuela's President Maduro takes oath as president-elect Thu, 24 May, 2018

 Nicolas Maduro has been sworn in as Venezuela's president-elect, months before he's due to formally take the oath of office next year for a second term.
Prison riot in Venezuela leaves 11 dead, 28 wounded

Prison riot in Venezuela leaves 11 dead, 28 wounded Sat, 19 May, 2018

A prison riot in northern Venezuela has left at least 11 people dead and 28 others wounded, a rights group said Friday, the latest tragedy to hit the country's desperately overcrowded detention facilities.
Maduro seeks second term in isolated, ruined Venezuela

Maduro seeks second term in isolated, ruined Venezuela Fri, 18 May, 2018

Shrugging aside his country's economic ruin and growing international isolation, Venezuela's socialist President Nicolas Maduro seeks a second six-year term in controversial elections Sunday that are being boycotted by the opposition.
Malaysia's Mahathir wins shock election victory, toppling 61-yr-old regime

Malaysia's Mahathir wins shock election victory, toppling 61-yr-old regime Wed, 09 May, 2018

Malaysia's veteran ex-leader Mahathir Mohamad, 92, won a shock election victory Thursday, in a political earthquake that toppled the country's scandal-plagued premier and ousted a regime that has ruled for over six decades.
Divisions resurface as Germany fetes Marx at 200

Divisions resurface as Germany fetes Marx at 200 Sat, 05 May, 2018

Germany marked the 200th anniversary of Karl Marx's birth on Saturday, but the event was marred by protests against the revolutionary philosopher who remains a divisive figure almost three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Tens of thousands march for Scottish independence

Tens of thousands march for Scottish independence Sat, 05 May, 2018

Tens of thousands of people, many waving the Saltire flag and beating drums, marched through the streets of Glasgow on Saturday in support of Scottish independence.
Colombia, ELN rebels say peace talks will be moved to Cuba

Colombia, ELN rebels say peace talks will be moved to Cuba Sat, 05 May, 2018

Colombia and the ELN rebels said on Saturday they will move peace negotiations to end more than five decades of war to Cuba, after original host Ecuador pulled its support for the talks.
Russian opposition leader and activists held before Putin inauguration

Russian opposition leader and activists held before Putin inauguration Sat, 05 May, 2018

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny and more than 1,000 anti-Kremlin activists were detained by police on Saturday during street protests against Vladimir Putin ahead of his inauguration for a fourth term as president.
Armenia celebrates as veteran leader quits amid protests

Armenia celebrates as veteran leader quits amid protests Mon, 23 Apr, 2018

Armenia's veteran leader Serzh Sarkisian resigned on Monday after mass protests against his election as prime minister with sweeping powers, sparking celebrations across the impoverished country.
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