ニュースの中での Topple

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The Age
· Master of the APL England cargo ship charged over container spill  
The Singapore-flagged ship was en route to Melbourne from China when rough seas caused some 50 shipping containers to topple overboard last Sunday.
Al Jazeera
· Report: US considering charges against Venezuela's first lady  
Leveraging the economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis in Venezuela, the White House now hopes it can topple a leader who has weathered years of tightening economic sanctions, civil unrest and international isolation.
The Diplomat
· Malaysia’s Mahathir Ousted from Party Amid Power Struggle  
“Muyhiddin would be gravely mistaken if he thinks this will slow down Mahathir’s relentless onslaught to not so much unseat him, but topple the present ruling coalition.”
The Age
· Welcome rains boost Basin's fortunes but water wars are far from over  
The Herald and The Age this week revealed Brooks' plan to create a political party to topple four Liberal-National Party MPs, including Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack and Environment Minister Sussan Ley.
The Age
· Lead and we follow: country of over-achievers in times of crisis  
Bob Hawke lost his leadership in the aftermath of the 1990-91 recession, while Rudd was toppled by his own party within a year of dodging the Great Recession.
Al Jazeera
· Afghan forces killed as gov't urges Taliban to extend ceasefire  
The Taliban, which launched an armed rebellion after it was toppled from power by a US-led invasion in 2001, has remained silent on government appeals for an extension of the ceasefire.
The New York Times
· The ‘Liberal World Order’ Was Built With Blood  
American officials are now talking openly about a “new Cold War” to confront Beijing, and China now seems such a threat that Hal Brands of the American Enterprise Institute wonders whether the United States should get back in the business of covertly toppling unfriendly governments.
Malay Mail
· Anwar: Pakatan won’t make same ‘mistake’ when choosing next PM  
Also yesterday, former PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali said rumours of a “coup” by Dr Mahathir Mohamad to topple the Perikatan Nasional with the support of 129 MPs were “unheard of”.