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(PRAGUE) — About a quarter of a million Czechs gathered on the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution that brought an end to decades of communist rule in the country to give Prime Minister Andrej Babis an ultimatum — sell your business or quit your job. Protesters from across the Czech Republic a

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Nov. 16 (UPI) --Mainland Chinese soldiers were deployed for the first time Saturday to clear the streets amid protests in Hong Kong. Dozens of soldiers jogged out of their Kowloon garrison barracks in black shorts and green T-shirts and carrying red ...

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UK's Johnson Extends Lead Over Labour Before Election: Poll Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is greeted during a general election campaign trail stop at Thornton-Cleveleys railway station in Manchester, Britain November 15, 2019. Frank Augstein/Pool via REUTERS Reuters LONDON (Reuters) - Briti

UN Rights Chief Warns Bolivia Crisis Could 'Spin Out Of Control'
The UN rights chief voiced alarm Saturday at the deadly crisis in Bolivia, warning that excessive force by police was "an extremely dangerous development" and could see the situation could spin out of control. Michelle Bachelet's comments came after she ...   International Business Times  
Gas price hikes, rationing fuel protests throughout Iran
Nov. 16 (UPI) --Protesters, reacting to tripling of gasoline prices and rationing, took to the streets in several major cities in Iran for the second day Saturday. Saudi-owned al-Arabiya TV reported that nine protesters were killed Saturday. Iran's chief public prosecutor, Mohammad Jafar Montazeri,   UPI.com  
Israel Strikes Hamas Targets In Gaza After Rocket Fire
Israel targeted Hamas in strikes on Gaza early Saturday after rockets were fired towards it from the Palestinian enclave, the army said, two days after a fragile ceasefire began. Hamas, the Islamist movement that has de facto control over the Gaza Strip, has so far kept its distance from the deadly   International Business Times  
The Left Will Govern Spain, but the Far-Right Is the Real Winner
Argument: The Left Will Govern Spain, but the Far-Right Is the Real Winner The Left Will Govern Spain, but the Far-Ri... On Sunday night, as Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez tried to ...   Foreign Policy  
Sadistic Beating on Irish Border Raises Alarms About Return to Violence
DERRYLIN, Northern Ireland — Kevin Lunney, a 50-year-old businessman from Northern Ireland, was heading home one evening when he became the victim of a prolonged, sadistic and ostentatious assault. Abducted by four masked men, he was driven across the nearby border with the Republic of Ireland, lock   New York Times  
Paris police fire tear gas on 'yellow vest' protests anniversary
Paris police fired tear gas in northwestern Paris on Saturday to drive back protesters on the first year anniversary weekend of anti-government "yellow vest" demonstrations. Clashes broke out between demonstrators and police near the Porte de Champerret as protesters were preparing to march across t   CNBC  
One Dead As Petrol Protests Spread In Iran
One person was killed and others injured in protests that spread across Iran on Saturday after a surprise decision to impose petrol price hikes and rationing in the country hit by US sanctions. The death occurred in the central city of Sirjan, where people ...   International Business Times  
Mexico president's approval rating plummets after surge in gang violence
The approval rating of Mexico's president has fallen by nearly ten percentage points following a surge in gang-related violence, according to a poll published by Mexican newspaper El Universal on Friday. The survey of 1,000 Mexicans found that Andres ...   Fox News  
Australia Bushfires: Too Early To Estimate Losses From Latest Climate Change Disaster, Warnings Of Catastrophic Danger
Australia is enduring a bushfire crisis that has left at least four people dead and prompted warnings of catastrophic danger. However, it is unclear if damages and losses from this bushfire will be as great as those incurred in the 2009 fires. Munich ...   International Business Times  
Widow of ex-KGB agent plans legal action on UK's Russia report
LONDON (Reuters) - The widow of a Russian dissident murdered in London plans to challenge a decision by Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government not to publish a report on alleged Russian meddling in Britain, a lawyer representing the widow said.   Reuters