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LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivia's interim government and lawmakers from the party of unseated leader Evo Morales struck a deal late on Thursday to pursue new elections, potentially helping resolve the South American country's political crisis.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Thursday it was ready to work with Bolivia's new interim leader, but noted that she had come to power without having a full quorum in parliament.
LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivian security forces clashed on the streets of La Paz with supporters of unseated president Evo Morales on Wednesday, firing tear gas to clear crowds who hurled rocks and set fires in a test to Bolivia's new interim leader.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian President Klaus Iohannis is widely expected to win a first round of presidential elections on Sunday, with pledges to rekindle anti-graft efforts in one of Europe's most corrupt nations.
IPOH: The swearing-in of two Ipoh City councillors on Wednesday (Oct 30) contradicts the state Pakatan Harapan agreement, says Ipoh Timor MP Wong Kah Woh.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's Prime Minister Antonio Costa promised on Saturday to raise the monthly minimum wage by 25% to 750 euros ($830) by 2023 as he started his second term in the office, while reiterating the goal to cut public debt to below 100% of GDP.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Kais Saied, a political outsider and retired law professor, was sworn in as Tunisian president on Wednesday after he won a landslide victory in this month's election.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian President Joko Widodo took what appeared to be his biggest political gamble on Wednesday by including controversial former general Prabowo Subianto in the cabinet, his main rival who has long harboured ambitions for the presidency.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Benjamin Netanyahu gave up his effort to form a new government on Monday after failing to secure a majority coalition, creating an opportunity for centrist rival Benny Gantz to replace Israel's longest serving prime minister.
JAKARTA: Indonesian President Joko Widodo said he wanted “innovative” ministers in his Cabinet for a second term, as the co-founder of tech startup Gojek said he would join and a former chairman of Inter Milan football club was tipped for a post.