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NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): India is battling one of the world's highest coronavirus caseloads, its worst-ever economic slump, shuttered factories, farmer protests and the deadliest border fighting with China in decades. Yet Prime Minister Narendra Modi appears to remain as popular as ever.
PHILADELPHIA/GASTONIA, N.C. (Reuters) - Former President Barack Obama returned to the campaign trail on Wednesday with a blistering attack on Donald Trump with less than two weeks to go before the Republican president's Election Day face-off with Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. federal appeals court on Tuesday left in place North Carolina's plan for counting absentee ballots that arrive after Election Day, dealing a setback to President Donald Trump's re-election campaign.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets rose Wednesday (Oct 21) on signs US lawmakers are edging towards agreeing a new stimulus for the struggling economy, while hopes for a vaccine helped temper worries about surging virus infections around the world.
In Thailand’s democracy, emoticons and retweets are becoming the new ballots.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): In Thailand's democracy, emoticons and retweets are becoming the new ballots.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina pulled even with his Democratic challenger, and in Michigan, the Republican candidate for a U.S. Senate seat cut into the Democratic incumbent's lead, Reuters/Ipsos polls showed on Tuesday.
LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivia's president-elect Luis Arce told Reuters on Tuesday that there was "no role" in his government for socialist party leader Evo Morales, who governed for almost 14 years before resigning under pressure last year and fleeing the country.
A BILL to grant the state museum board power to monitor the operations of private and commercial museums in Penang was passed unanimously at the state assembly meeting.
LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivia's official vote count showed socialist candidate Luis Arce with a majority of the vote with nearly 60% of ballots counted by late morning on Tuesday, backing up unofficial fast counts that had put him as the outright election winner.