Votes are still being counted in Bolivia, where President Evo Morales held a referendum on whether he can seek a fourth term in office. Morales’ popularity has been dented by corruption allegations and many Bolivians are eager for change.
Thousands of Bolivians have taken part in protests against President Evo Morales' bid to run for a fourth term. Morales' party asked the courts to remove re-election limits, saying they violate human rights.
The Bolivian government aims to pump massive investments to expand the country's production of lithium, a metal needed for the batteries that power everything from smartphones and laptops to hybrid and electric cars.
President Emmanuel Macron has called on the Iraqi government to engage in "constructive national dialogue" after his meeting with Iraqi Kurd leaders. Macron vowed to preserve the rights of the Kurdish people.
Voters in Lombardy and Veneto have overwhelmingly supported nonbinding referendums seeking greater autonomy. Italy's wealthy north has long called for greater control over finances and security.
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