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Bolivia edges toward peace as torn country mourns its dead


  Bolivians have taken down roadblocks and struck peace deals after a month of protests and deadly clashes that have convulsed the nation after a disputed election in October and the resignation of long-term leader Evo Morales. But fast-moving probes into Morales’ former supporters have threatened to reignite hostilities and ...

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Lebanese President Addresses Nation on Independence Day: Government Formation Requires Carefulness to Avoid the Worse


The Lebanese President Michel Aoun on Thursday addressed the nation on Independence Day, stressing that the time is not for speeches but rather for hard work. President Aoun stressed that the political contradictions have been behind the delay in forming the government, adding that carefulness is needed in order to ...

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