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GEORGETOWN (Reuters) - Guyana's elections commission on Sunday declared opposition presidential candidate Irfaan Ali the winner of a disputed March 2 election, paving the way for a change in power in the newly oil-producing South American country.
OVER the recent months, the world has been struggling with what to do with icons, names and symbols of our history – from the slave trade legacy to the global colonial heritages.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - President Donald Trump signed a memorandum on Tuesday that would prevent migrants who are in the United States illegally from being counted when U.S. congressional voting districts are redrawn in the next round of redistricting.
GEORGETOWN (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday called on Guyanese President David Granger to "step aside" following a disputed election in the new oil producer.
(Reuters) - U.S. school districts hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak, under pressure from President Donald Trump to resume classes, should decide for themselves whether to reopen based on their circumstances, leading infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci said on Tuesday.
GENEVA/ZURICH (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday it was setting up an independent panel to review its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and the response by governments.
(Reuters) - Some U.S. authorities have moved with unusual speed to fire, suspend or charge police officers caught on video hitting and pushing peaceful protesters and targeting them with pepper spray during nationwide protests in recent weeks, a Reuters review of 44 videos recorded during the demonstrations found.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - As calls to disband police departments grow nationwide, Michael Eric Dyson, a professor at Georgetown University and author of 21 books including "Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America," joined the #AskReuters Twitter chat series to talk about police, protests and politics.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Jacqueline LaBayne and Kerrigan Williams met for the very first time in person on Wednesday, at a sit-in they organized in front of the U.S. Capitol over the death of George Floyd.
ISLAMABAD/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Four weeks ago, with its most important festival coming up and millions of people facing starvation as economic activity dwindled, Pakistan lifted a two-month-long coronavirus lockdown.