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North Korea leader Kim vows to clear South Korea relics from Kumgang resort  02h05 23 octobre
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said South Korean facilities in the North’s Mt Kumgang tourist resort must be removed and rebuilt in a modern way, state media reported on Wednesday, underscoring the cooling of relations between the two countries.
Vatican denies book’s allegations of impending default  02h04 23 octobre
The Vatican on Tuesday dismissed allegations in a new book that the Holy See risks default in the next few years because of falling donations, financial mismanagement and corruption.
Egypt accepts invitation to meet in U.S. over Ethiopia dam dispute  01h43 23 octobre
Egypt said on Tuesday it had accepted a U.S. invitation to a meeting of foreign ministers over a project for a giant hydropower dam on Ethiopia’s Blue Nile that is causing an escalating spat between the two African countries.
Hong Kong government pledges more aid to battered city, no end in sight to unrest  01h25 23 octobre
Hong Kong’s embattled government announced extra financial support on Tuesday for the Chinese-ruled city battered by political unrest and facing its first recession in a decade.
Bolivians angry over vote count storm capital as election hangs in balance  01h24 23 octobre
Thousands of Bolivians furious over what they saw as an attempt by leftist President Evo Morales to rig Sunday’s election protested outside the hotel in the capital city of La Paz where the country’s electoral board was processing remaining ballots on Tuesday.
Bolivian government seeks election audit, vows to respect result  01h24 23 octobre
The government of Bolivian President Evo Morales has asked the Organization of American States (OAS) to conduct an audit of a binding vote count after preliminary results of Sunday’s presidential election that showed Morales’ winning outright sparked concerns about tampering and violent protests,...
Vice president of Bolivia’s electoral board resigns over early count controversy  01h24 23 octobre
The vice president of Bolivia’s electoral board tendered his resignation to the government of President Evo Morales, citing the foolish decision by the rest of the six-member panel to interrupt publication of results of an official quick count vote in Sunday’s presidential election.
Chile lawmakers call for social reforms as protests mount  01h20 23 octobre
Lawmakers who attended a crisis summit with Chilean President Sebastian Pinera’s ruling coalition called on Tuesday for reforms to tackle inequality in response to countrywide riots that sowed chaos in the South American nation and led to 15 deaths and the arrest of more than 2,600 people.
Russia, Turkey reach deal to remove Kurdish YPG from Syria border  00h49 23 octobre
Syrian and Russian forces will deploy in northeast Syria to remove Kurdish YPG fighters and their weapons from the border with Turkey under a deal agreed on Tuesday which both Moscow and Ankara hailed as a triumph.
Brazil’s Bolsonaro heralds ’great day’ as Senate approves pension reform  00h36 23 octobre
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday hailed the Senate’s approval of a sweeping overhaul of the nation’s pension system as a launch pad for the wider economy, although voting on the last few remaining amendments was delayed to the following day.
Fire still burning at New Zealand convention center, APEC hosting in doubt  00h33 23 octobre
A massive fire at a convention center under construction at a casino complex in Auckland was still spewing thick smoke across New Zealand’s largest city on Wednesday, forcing road closures and keeping workers away almost 24 hours after it started.
New Zealand’s Fletcher, SkyCity say ’significant’ fire to delay NZICC construction project  00h33 23 octobre
Fletcher Building and SkyCity Entertainment on Wednesday said a significant fire at the construction site of the New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) is expected to delay the project.
SkyCity CEO says hopes to have convention center fire contained by evening  00h33 23 octobre
New Zealand’s SkyCity Entertainment on Wednesday said it hoped a massive fire at its under-construction convention center would be contained by evening and that it expected to re-open the rest of its precinct the following day.
Hong Kong protesters crash NBA opening night party  00h32 23 octobre
Hong Kong pro-democracy supporters crashed the NBA’s opening night party on Tuesday handing out thousands of black t-shirts as the Toronto Raptors prepared to begin the defense of their championship title against the New Orleans Pelicans.
EU moves towards Brexit delay as PM Johnson seeks election to break impasse  00h16 23 octobre
EU leaders should delay Brexit after Prime Minister Boris Johnson paused legislation on his deal following a parliamentary defeat, EU Council President Donald Tusk said on Tuesday, as Britain spins towards a possible election to break the impasse.