Bolivian President Evo Morales yesterday sought to shore up support with the country’s military as he faces allegations by the opposition of vote-rigging, calling on them to unite in the face of groups of people whom he said were fomenting hatred. “The armed forces unite all Bolivians.
Police yesterday found the bodies of 39 people inside a truck believed to have entered Britain from Belgium. The police had earlier said the truck arrived at a port with ferry services to Ireland.
Hong Kong’s legislature yesterday formally withdrew planned legislation that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China, but the move was unlikely to end months of unrest as it met just one of five demands of pro-democracy protesters.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo yesterday named his election arch-rival – a former general accused of abuses – as defence minister, a move which dismayed human rights activists.
Police fired gunshots and teargas as thousands protested in Ethiopia yesterday over the treatment of a prominent activist, residents said, in a sign that the country’s Nobel Prize-winning prime minister might be losing support among his powerbase.
EU leaders considered on Wednesday whether to give Britain a three-month Brexit extension, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that if they do so he would call an election by Christmas.
Teenagers who spend hours in front of screens are more likely to guzzle fizzy and energy drinks, according to new research.
Google said on Wednesday it had achieved a breakthrough in computer research, by solving a complex problem in minutes with a so-called quantum computer ...