Nations agree on rulebook for Paris climate treaty

Nations agree on rulebook for Paris climate treaty

Nations strike a deal to implement the landmark 2015 Paris climate treaty after marathon UN talks that failed to match the ambition the world's most vulnerable countries need to avert dangerous global warming.
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Office workers in HK's business district show solidarity to protest movement

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Police and Morales supporters clash in La Paz as new leader endorsed

Police and Morales supporters clash in La Paz as new leader endorsed

Clashes erupt between Bolivia's police and Evo Morales supporters in La Paz after deputy senate speaker proclaimed herself Bolivia's new interim president.
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Drone images show thousands of protesters in Santiago

Drone images show thousands of protesters in Santiago

Thousands gather at Plaza Italia in Santiago as mass street demonstrations continue, demanding the resignation of President Sebastian Pinera and greater social reform.
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The morning after in Hong Kong following intense protests

Hong Kong's major shopping street Nathan Road is strewn with rubble and barricades following Tuesday's fierce protests.
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Bolivia's Morales condemns 'coup' by interim president

Bolivia's Morales condemns 'coup' by interim president

Bolivia's former president Evo Morales condemned what he called "the sneakiest, most nefarious coup in history" Tuesday after deputy Senate speaker Jeanine Anez proclaimed herself the country's new interim president.
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Bolivian senator proclaims herself president

Bolivian senator proclaims herself president

A deputy speaker of the Bolivian senate, Jeanine Anez, proclaimes herself the country's new interim president during a session of Congress that failed to reach a quorum.
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