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LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivian President Evo Morales has steered South America's poorest country through an unprecedented period of political stability and economic prosperity since sweeping to power in 2006. Things might be about to get a bit more bumpy.
THERE has been much debate over which Hollywood actor played the role of Batman’s arch rival - The Joker - better.
THEY had been talking about their students’ performance in public examinations, comparing notes on whose had scored the most number of As, when one of the teachers in the group suddenly said: “To me, it’s a lose-lose situation most of the time”THEY had been talking about their students’ performance in public examinations, comparing notes on whose had scored the most number of As, when one of the teachers in the group suddenly said: “To me, it’s a lose-lose situation most of the time”
SKOPJE (Reuters) - North Macedonia's Prime Minister Zoran Zaev called on Saturday for a snap parliamentary election after the European Union failed to give his country a date to start talks on joining the bloc.
OITA, Japan (Reuters) - Michael Cheika said he would prefer to lose the Australian way, with ball in hand, than win by playing a more conservative game after the Wallabies crashed out of the World Cup quarter-finals against England on Saturday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will focus on playing their own brand of rugby against the physical game of South Africa in Sunday's Rugby World Cup quarter-final, the hosts' attack coach Tony Brown said on Saturday.
BANGKOK, Thailand (ANN): Millions of Thai sugarcane farmers and some academics have voiced opposition to the ban on farm chemicals paraquat and glyphosate, saying the discontinuation of these substances can cost the sugar industry as much as Bt570bil (RM78bil).
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Australian Federal Police said on Saturday it had charged a 43-year-old Iraqi man for his part in allegedly organising a people smuggling venture that led to the deaths of more than 350 asylum seekers when their boat sank in 2001.
Instead of going in your ears, Aftershokz's headphones use bone conduction technology so that you can listen to music while still hearing everything from the outside world.
Chinese developer seeking approval for its 7.4 acre project next to gazetted forest reserve.