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Bolivia crisis: Evo Morales says he fled to Mexico as life was at risk
Bolivia’s ex-president says his “fight continues” after his dramatic plane flight to Mexico.
Hillary Clinton 'under enormous pressure' to run in 2020
The former Democratic nominee refuses to rule it out, telling the BBC: "Never say never."
Cardinal Pell granted final chance to challenge sexual abuse convictions
The ex-Vatican treasurer is given his final chance to challenge his sexual abuse convictions in Australia.
Daca: US Supreme Court seems to back Trump on key immigration case
The fate of hundreds of thousands of migrants who entered the US as children hangs in the balance.
Hong Kong protests: Rule of law on 'brink of collapse', police say
The warning from police comes as fierce clashes broke out on university campuses in the city.
Hundreds of meteor sightings reported
The American Meteor Society said it received more than 120 reports of a meteor sighting.
Netherlands to cut speed limit to reduce emissions
The daytime limit will be cut in a bid to tackle a pollution crisis, cabinet sources tell Dutch media.
Student poverty: French march in protest after suicide bid
A student who set himself on fire on Friday blamed his severe financial difficulties on government.
Australian bushfires reach Sydney's suburbs
The blazes did not bring the "catastrophic" damage feared in New South Wales but it remains on high alert.
Israel-Gaza violence spirals after killing of top Palestinian militant
The death of a Palestinian commander triggers some of the most intense fighting for months.
South Korean river turns red after being polluted with pigs' blood
Some 47,000 pigs were killed near the inter-Korea border to stop the spread of African swine fever.
Philippines drug war: Do we know how many have died?
With a new person taking over anti-drug operations, what's been the extent of the killings in the Philippines?



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