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FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers: Argentina's draw, Chile's loss puts qualification of both teams in jeopardy
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FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers: Argentina's draw, Chile's loss puts qualification of both teams in jeopardy

Argentina and Chile's World Cup qualification hopes were left on a knife edge after the South American heavyweights slipped up once again on the road to Russia.

North Korea makes rare statement at United Nations, takes aim at US offer of talks
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North Korea makes rare statement at United Nations, takes aim at US offer of talks

United Nations: North Korea delivered a rare statement at the UN Security Council, accusing the United States of attaching "unjust" conditions to its offer of talks on Pyongyang's military programs.

Barcelona brand Lionel Messi's four-match international ban 'unfair and totally disproportionate'
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Barcelona brand Lionel Messi's four-match international ban 'unfair and totally disproportionate'

Fifa suspended Messi for four of Argentina's five remaining World Cup qualification matches after he was caught swearing at an official in the victory over Chile last week.

World Cup qualifiers: Lionel Messi-less Argentina lose to Bolivia, in danger of missing out on Russia 2018
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World Cup qualifiers: Lionel Messi-less Argentina lose to Bolivia, in danger of missing out on Russia 2018

Argentina, weakened by the last-minute suspension of Lionel Messi, had their chances of reaching next year's World Cup finals dealt a blow on Tuesday when they were beaten 2-0 by Bolivia.

World Cup qualifiers: Paulinho scores hat-trick as Brazil thrash Uruguay, Lionel Messi revives Argentina
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World Cup qualifiers: Paulinho scores hat-trick as Brazil thrash Uruguay, Lionel Messi revives Argentina

Brazil thrashed Uruguay to move to the brink of the World Cup finals on Thursday as Lionel Messi got Argentina's faltering qualification campaign back on track.

A Day Without a Woman: Protests, rallies held across the world to promote women's rights
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A Day Without a Woman: Protests, rallies held across the world to promote women's rights

'Day Without a Woman' protest in the United States was put together by organizers of the women's marches that drew more than 1 million people the day after Republican President Donald Trump was sworn in.

Dakar 2017: Stage 7 altered on account of extreme weather conditions
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Dakar 2017: Stage 7 altered on account of extreme weather conditions

The new course is a combination of Stage 6 and Stage 7

Dakar 2017: Stage 6 cancelled due to poor weather conditons
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Dakar 2017: Stage 6 cancelled due to poor weather conditons

Saturday’s cancellation means teams get a two day rest period as Sunday was earmarked as the official rest day in La Paz

Chapecoense plane crash: LAMIA Airlines chief arrested by Bolivian officials as part of probe
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Chapecoense plane crash: LAMIA Airlines chief arrested by Bolivian officials as part of probe

Bolivian officials arrested the head of LAMIA Airlines on Tuesday after a crash involving one of the charter firm's planes which killed a Brazilian football team and dozens of others.

World Cup Qualifiers: Uruguay win, Chile held, Venezuela crush Bolivia
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World Cup Qualifiers: Uruguay win, Chile held, Venezuela crush Bolivia

Uruguay stayed firmly on Brazil's shoulder with a 2-1 defeat of Ecuador, Chile and Colombia played out a stalemate, and Venezuela crushed Bolivia.

Tango in Argentina, Shah Rukh Khan in Bolivia, Incan culture in Peru: South America travel diary
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Tango in Argentina, Shah Rukh Khan in Bolivia, Incan culture in Peru: South America travel diary

In part two of Mumbai-based couple Sandeepa and Chetan's South America travel diary: their journey through Argentina, Bolivia and Peru

Women have to wait 170 years to share equal pay cheques with men: Global gender gap report
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Women have to wait 170 years to share equal pay cheques with men: Global gender gap report

While talks of bridging the gap between men and women have gotten stronger, the world has slowed down in closing it, suggest data. It would take at another 170 years to bridge the gender gap in terms of pay and workforce, says a new report published by the World Economic Forum on October 25.

Electric car demand transforms prospects for the Lithium producing companies
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Electric car demand transforms prospects for the Lithium producing companies

Electric cars such as the Nissan Leaf may look no different from the standard family runaround. But the new materials that go into them could revolutionize the market for metals used in the industry, opening up a new field for commodities investors.

Philippe Coutinho to start in place of Willian in Brazil's World Cup qualifier against Bolivia
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Philippe Coutinho to start in place of Willian in Brazil's World Cup qualifier against Bolivia

Philippe Coutinho was used as a substitute in Brazil's victories over Ecuador and Colombia in last month's qualifiers, making an impact on both occasions.

World Tourism Day: Here are countries you can travel to without the hassles of a visa
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World Tourism Day: Here are countries you can travel to without the hassles of a visa

Celebrate World Tourism Day by taking your pick from Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Bolivia, Hong Kong and Madagascar as places to visit.

Bolivia: Striking miners kill deputy minister; govt calls it 'cowardly and brutal killing'
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Bolivia: Striking miners kill deputy minister; govt calls it 'cowardly and brutal killing'

Striking miners in Bolivia kidnapped and beat to death the country's deputy interior minister after he traveled to the area to mediate in the bitter conflict over mining laws, officials said.

Ethiopia, Bolivia, Sweden elected non-permanent UNSC members for two-year term
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Ethiopia, Bolivia, Sweden elected non-permanent UNSC members for two-year term

The UNSC consists of 10 non-permanent members who sit alongside the five permanent, veto-wielding members - China, France, Russia, the UK and the US.

Copa America: Argentina roll past Bolivia 3-0, to meet Venezuela in quarter-finals
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Copa America: Argentina roll past Bolivia 3-0, to meet Venezuela in quarter-finals

Erik Lamela and Ezequiel Lavezzi scored two minutes apart early in the first half, Victor Cuesta scored his first international goal later in the half and Argentina dominated Bolivia 3-0 on Tuesday night to win Group D of the Copa America.