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LIMA (Reuters) - Peru's interim president Manuel Merino resigned on Sunday after less than a week in office, leaving the country in limbo following lawmakers' demands he step down over two deaths during protests at the sudden ouster of his predecessor.
TBILISI (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters rallied in the Georgian capital Tbilisi on Saturday to back opposition calls for a re-run of the Oct. 31 parliamentary election they say was rigged.
Thailand's former PM Abhisit warns of worsening political crisis unless Parliament okays charter change
BANGKOK, Nov 14 (The Nation/ANN): Former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has warned that the solution to Thailand’s political crisis will be blocked if Parliament votes no to charter change on November 17-18 next week.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is in talks with Armenia and Azerbaijan on the deployment of United Nations structures in Nagorno-Karabakh, Russia's foreign minister said on Friday, as Russian peacekeeping troops moved into the enclave under a recent truce deal.
KYIV (Reuters) - Thousands of people took to the streets of Minsk and other Belarusian cities on Friday, after a 31-year-old anti-government protester died in hospital following what demonstrators said was a severe beating by security forces.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Political turmoil over the resignation of Turkey's once powerful finance minister has a silver lining for President Tayyip Erdogan, offering a chance to ease tensions in his ruling party over the influential and divisive figure.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An internal Justice Department investigation has concluded that former U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta exercised "poor judgment" by allowing financier Jeffrey Epstein to enter a non-prosecution agreement over alleged sex crimes, but cleared him and other prosecutors of any professional misconduct in their handling of the case.
AMMAN (Reuters) - Jordan's interior minister resigned on Thursday after a public outcry at gatherings and troubles in the aftermath of parliamentary elections that breached a five-day national lockdown aimed at curbing a surge in COVID-19 cases, state media said.
(Reuters) - After a fire sale of players over the summer that was fiercely criticised by supporters and club greats, Valencia are braced for yet more departures, according to a report published by the La Liga club with their accounts on Thursday.
MOSCOW/YELPIN, Armenia (Reuters) - France and the United States are expected to send diplomats to Moscow soon to discuss the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Russia said on Thursday, two days after the Kremlin deployed troops to the ethnic Armenian enclave in Azerbaijan to secure a truce.