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Sunday's by-elections were dubbed an early test to the popularity of PM Khan, who has been criticized for "mishandling" the country's economy. Losing a number of seats in parliament doesn't augur well for his government.
Thailand's military government says it wants to hold elections early next year, after the generals cemented their control over the state and its institutions. Some observers say the "Thai people's patience has run out."
Health is wealth, they say. But sometimes health pursuits benefit both the patient's and the doctor's fortunes. Once such case is Hungary's burgeoning wellness industry and a small-but-growing niche for foreign patients.
Germany's statistics office has published figures for net migration to the country in 2017 with some surprise findings. The figures show more Germans are returning to the country and staying put.
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