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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola linked with return to Bayern Munich after stuttering start to fourth Premier League season

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola linked with return to Bayern Munich after stuttering start to fourth Premier League season

Sports
Pep Guardiola has been linked with a shock return to former club Bayern Munich, according to reports in Germany. The Bundesliga champions parted company with head coach Niko Kovac after 18 months at the helm and currently have Hans-Joachim Flick in charge on an interim basis. Bild The German publication reports Guardiola is being considered for the Bayern job Bayern had drafted up a shortlist of potential managers, including Ralf Rangnick, Erik ten Hag, Max Allegri and ex-Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger. According to SportBild, Guardiola still owns a flat in the city centre and recently visited Bayern’s training ground and directors. He is still held in high regard by the club and won seven trophies, but failed to win the Champions League, reaching three
Clashes after opposition leader assumes Bolivian presidency

Clashes after opposition leader assumes Bolivian presidency

World
Clashes broke out on the streets of the Bolivian capital after an opposition leader in the Senate declared herself the country's interim president.Jeanine Anez assumed temporary control of the Senate, putting her next in line for the presidency following the resignation of Evo Morales. MPs in Mr Morales's Movement for Socialism party were not present when she made the announcement.Mr Morales' angry supporters screamed "She must quit!" as they tried to reach the Congress building.Tear gas was fired by police and soldiers to disperse the crowds. Advertisement Mr Morales has flown to exile in Mexico as thousands of his supporters took to the streets demanding his return. I...
Deer-like species found in Vietnam after 30-year absence

Deer-like species found in Vietnam after 30-year absence

Science
Nov. 12 (UPI) -- With the help of camera traps, researchers have rediscovered a deer-like species called the silver-backed chevrotain in Vietnam. The species, Tragulus versicolor, sometimes called the Vietnamese mouse-deer, hadn't been seen since the 1990s. Scientists with Global Wildlife Conservation, the Southern Institute of Ecology and Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research announced the species' rediscovery this week in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution. "For so long this species has seemingly only existed as part of our imagination," An Nguyen, associate conservation scientist for GWC, said in a news release. "Discovering that it is, indeed, still out there, is the first step in ensuring we don't lose it again, and we're moving quickly now to figure out how best to ...
Hong Kong protests: Two ‘critical’ after day of chaos

Hong Kong protests: Two ‘critical’ after day of chaos

World
Media playback is unsupported on your device Two people are in critical condition after another day of violent demonstrations in Hong Kong.The first person - a protester - was injured on Monday morning, when he was shot by a police officer.He is the third person shot by police since rallies began 24 weeks ago.Later, a pro-Beijing supporter was doused in flammable liquid and set alight after arguing with protesters, who are demanding greater democracy and police accountability.There were a number of other flashpoints during the day, with police firing rubber bullets and tear gas in others parts of Hong Kong. At one point, tear gas was fired in the central business district - a rare occurrence during working hours on a weekday.Monday's violence followed a we...
Bolivia’s president resigns, hours after calling for new election

Bolivia’s president resigns, hours after calling for new election

World
Nov. 10 (UPI) -- Bolivian president Evo Morales announced Sunday his resignation, hours after calling for fresh elections amid allegations of voting irregularities and growing opposition. Morales said on national television he was stepping down "for the good of the country." Morales, 60, has been Bolivia's president for nearly 14 years and is the longest-serving leader in Latin America. "I regret this deeply," Morales said late Sunday afternoon on national television. Morales said he will send his resignation letter to Congress in the next few hours. Other government officials also resigned. Earlier in the day he called for a new election "to preserve the new Bolivia, life and democracy." And in other developments Sunday, the Organization of American States issued a report on irregulari...