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Building and updating the roads, power plants and networks that abetted their technological advances allowed the United States and Western Europe to gain global dominance. Today that advantage is eroding.
Violence erupted during a series of protests in the Chilean capital of Santiago and 12 other cities that began Oct. 18, prompting the government to declare a state of emergency and deploy the military, Reuters reported Oct. 19.
Mounting evidence of foul play in the country's Oct. 15 election could be the straw that finally breaks Maputo's back by stoking security threats and alienating the country's fastest-growing electorate.
Mozambique's main opposition party called for an election do-over on Oct 19, citing widespread fraud and voter intimidation during the country's Oct. 15 presidential and parliamentary elections, AP reported.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen called on the United States to resume bilateral trade talks under the Trade and Investment Framework Agreement during a meeting with a U.S. envoy, the South China Morning Post reported Oct. 17.
The Japan Self-Defense Forces (SDF) will dispatch ships and aircraft to the eastern Bab el-Mandeb strait, the Gulf of Oman and the northern Arabian Sea for an investigation and research mission, according to Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, The Japan Times reported Oct. 18.
The Brazilian Senate has approved a deal between the government and state-owned energy company Petroleo Brasileiro (Petrobras) to divide the proceeds from a Nov. 6 auction covering the so-called transfer of rights area off the Brazilian coast, Reuters reported Oct. 15.
Iraqi Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr has called for a million-person march against the government around Oct. 19 in time with the culmination of the annual Shiite holiday of al-Arbaeen, the BBC reported Oct. 15.
The member states of the proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership have called on India to resolve its demands for the trade agreement on a bilateral basis ahead of a Nov. 4 summit, during which members are expected to announce the conclusion of negotiations, Livemint reported Oct. 15.