Official: Venezuelan general arrested in assassination plot
The investigation into an assassination attempt on Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro using drones has widened to include the arrest of two high-ranking military officers, the nation's to prosecutors said Tuesday. The list of suspects — including an ...
Venezuela's Maduro announces curbs to cheap gasAljazeera.com
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Afghan forces say regaining control of much of besieged city
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan troops backed by U.S forces gained control of most of the embattled city of Ghazni on Tuesday, officials said, while a Taliban attack in another province raised new questions about Afghanistan's defences against the insurgency.
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Turkey hopes to find solution on Syria's Idlib with Russia
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's foreign minister said on Tuesday he hoped his country and Russia could find a solution over the northern Syrian region of Idlib, a rebel-held enclave which the Syrian government says it aims to recapture.
Are Russia And China Trying To Kill The Dollar?Forbes
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China blasts US military bill as interference in its affairsABC NewsChina on Tuesday blasted a U.S. military spending bill that calls for development of plans to help self-ruled Taiwan improve its defenses and warned of possible damage to cooperation i...Read More »
Charlotte ObserverTop Asian News 7:49 am GMTYahoo NewsThe spokesman for the Defense Ministry in Kabul says the Taliban have overrun a military base in northern Afghanistan, killing 17 soldiers and wounding at least 19 troops. Ghafor Ahmad Jawed says th...Read More »
Activist compares Beijing's rule in Hong Kong to colonialism
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HONG KONG — A Hong Kong pro-independence activist decried Beijing's rule as modern-day colonialism in a speech Tuesday to a foreign journalists' association that defied the Chinese government's demand to cancel the event. The government's demand ...
Pro-China groups protest outside Hong Kong press club over 'separatist' speecheuronews
This Isn't the Moment to Bet Against Hong Kong PropertyBloomberg
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Venezuela crisis: Maduro to curb fuel subsidies
Venezuela's president has said its subsidised fuel prices should rise, to stop smugglers cheating the country out of millions of dollars. "Gasoline must be sold at an international price to stop smuggling to Colombia and the Caribbean," Nicolás Maduro ...
Maduro: Venezuela Gasoline Prices Should Rise to International LevelsVoice of America
Maduro: Gas prices to spike in Venezuela to fight smugglersMiami Herald
Days after a bizarre drone attack, Venezuela's government may be getting ready for another crackdown on the militaryBusiness Insider
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South Korea's #MeToo Movement Dealt Blow by Politician's Acquittal
New York Times
SEOUL, South Korea — A former political star and presidential hopeful was acquitted of sexual assault charges on Tuesday, dealing a blow to the #MeToo movement in male-dominated South Korea. The politician, Ahn Hee-jung, was the highest-profile ...
Former South Korean Political Star Acquitted of Sexual AssaultWall Street Journal
Former political rising star in South Korea acquitted of sexual assaultCNN
South Korean court finds former star politician not guilty in #MeToo sex abuse charges - YonhapReuters
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Melbourne loses most liveable city title to Vienna in Economist Intelligence Unit rankings – ABC News
Melbourne loses most liveable city title to Vienna in Economist Intelligence Unit rankings
For a record seven years, Melbourne has topped the Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Liveability Index — but things have changed. Key points: Vienna scored top spot with an improved security situation and a lower crime rate; Melbourne scored well ...
The world's most liveable cities in 2018CNN
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Special Forces Soldier Dies After Roadside Bomb Attack in Afghanistan
New York Times
WASHINGTON — A Special Forces soldier died Sunday after being injured last week by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan, the Pentagon said Monday in a statement, bringing the total number of American troops killed this year in combat in ...
'A great man': Hawaii Special Forces soldier killed in AfghanistanHawaii News Now
Special Forces soldier dies from injuries in Afganistan IED blastThe Fayetteville Observer
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