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For Facebook and Twitter – social media companies that spent much of last week limiting the spread of election-related misinformation and disinformation by US President Donald Trump, his acolytes and even some Democrats – the big game is over.
The AP, for many decades the gold standard for calling US election races, insists unequivocally that it ‘declares winners’ and ‘does not make projections or name apparent or likely winners.’
BEIJING (Reuters): A Beijing restaurant owner congratulated her “old friend” and one-time customer Joe Biden on Monday (Nov 9) after the US Democratic candidate emerged victorious in a tightly fought US presidential election, and invited him back to try some pork liver.
Frustrated conservatives, bristling at perceived bias against them on Facebook Inc’s social network, have found a solution: moving to Parler, the app that reached No. 1 in downloads following Joe Biden’s win in the US presidential election.
SEOUL (Reuters): With Joe Biden's projected victory in the US presidential election, South Korean officials are expecting a win of their own in a drawn-out, multi-billion dollar dispute with Washington over the cost of thousands of US troops on the peninsula.
While French journalist Maxime Switek was speaking live from Washington DC on news channel BFMTV following the announcement of Joe Biden’s victory in the US presidential election, an ebullient American was only too keen to share his joy, as well as his love of France.
BEIJING, Nov 9 (Reuters): China, which has held off on congratulating US presidential election winner Joe Biden even as leaders of other countries have done so, said on Monday it would follow custom in responding to the result.
KUALA LUMPUR: United Plantations Bhd posted a 58% jump in third quarter net profit, but said it is difficult to predict the results for 2020 due to Covid-19 uncertainties.
(Reuters) - Democrat Joe Biden captured the U.S. presidency on Saturday as voters narrowly rebuffed Republican incumbent Donald Trump's tumultuous leadership and embraced Biden's promise to fight the coronavirus pandemic and fix the economy in a divided nation.