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Bogota taxi drivers block streets in Uber protest

Thousands of taxi drivers in the Colombian capital Bogota have blocked roads and clashed with police

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Kim Jong-nam murder: Women revisit Malaysia airport

Media playback is unsupported on your device Two women charged with killing Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother

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Singapore will freeze the number of vehicles on its roads from next February. The Land Transport

Amazon Studios parts ways with scripted series executive Joe Lewis

Less than a week after Roy Price resigned as the head of Amazon Studios following an