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Mexico grants asylum to former Bolivian president Evo Morales

Mexico's Foreign Minister says Mr Morales' life is in danger, and the decision to grant him asylum is part of his country's long tradition of sheltering exiles. go to Article >

Former Bolivian leader Evo Morales granted asylum by Mexico

26 Days ago News Source: Theguardian.com

Ex-president claims he is victim of coup as unrest spreads and fears grow about political chaos The former Bolivian president Evo Morales has been granted asylum by Mexico, the country’s top diplomat has said, following the veteran socialist’s... read more

Bolivia's Evo Morales says he is leaving for Mexico, but will return with 'energy'

26 Days ago News Source: Theguardian.com

Former president says it hurts to leave ‘for political reasons’ as Peru confirms Mexican government plane is bound for Bolivia Bolivia’s former president Evo Morales has boarded a plane bound for Mexico, where he has been granted asylum, the... read more

Evo Morales flees to Mexico leaving power vacuum in Bolivia

26 Days ago News Source: Theage.com.au

Mexico has granted asylum to the departed Bolivian President. read more

Clashes in Bolivia amid power void left by Evo Morales ouster

26 Days ago News Source: Theage.com.au

Mexico has granted asylum to the departed Bolivian President and is demanding he be given safe passage out of its embassy in La Paz. read more

Fanfare in Myanmar as Aung San Suu Kyi heads to The Hague for genocide hearings

0 Days ago Politics Source: Abc.net.au

Thousands rally and hold prayer sessions in support of the Myanmar leader as she travels to face the International Criminal Court of Justice for accusations of genocide against Rohingya Muslims. read more

American Samoa declares measles outbreak

0 Days ago Politics Source: Abc.net.au

The Government of American Samoa declares a measles outbreak in the US territory, a move that will lead to the closure of public schools and a ban on gatherings in parks. read more

Adelaide is moving into the 'grey zone', and there's one thing that could fix it

0 Days ago Politics Source: Abc.net.au

With its ageing population, experts are warning Adelaide is entering the 'grey zone' and starting to resemble a regional town. But there is one solution that could put it back on track. read more

'I don’t miss them': If nothing changes after a local council is sacked, do we really need them?

0 Days ago Politics Source: Abc.net.au

Councils have been dismissed in Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and Victoria in the past 12 months after allegations of corruption, infighting and budget blowouts, prompting questions about the role of democratically-elected... read more

The Drum Monday December 2

0 Days ago Politics Source: Abc.net.au

Host: Ellen Fanning Panel: James Hennessy, Katrina Hodgkinson, Diana Sayed, Malcolm Farr read more

Losing two sons to suicide was a 'tsunami' of grief Donna Anderson never saw coming

0 Days ago Politics Source: Abc.net.au

The suicide of her son's friend kicked off a chain of events that eventually robbed Donna Anderson of her two boys, but the deaths also helped spark a major change for the better. read more

Australia's dark secret — the missing women who are never found

0 Days ago Politics Source: Abc.net.au

For generations, Indigenous women have been going missing and advocates say it is time to "find the answers". read more