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(Reuters) -A small group of Activision Blizzard workers voted for unionizing at a studio that works on the popular "Call of Duty" franchise, the second victory in a push to organize the video gaming industry.
KUALA LUMPUR: Physical voting in PKR’s 2022 elections for eight divisions in four states will be held again before the end of this month and the unofficial results of the divisional polls will only be known thereafter.
Philippines president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr said on Monday he discussed the extension of a joint military agreement with an envoy of defence ally the United States, after meetings with senior diplomats of four countries.
(Reuters) - Facebook owner Meta Platforms Inc will share more data on targeting choices made by advertisers running political and social-issue ads in its public ad database, it said on Monday.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has revealed that Cambodia and Vietnam have agreed on roughly three-eighths of the remaining undemarcated borders between the two countries, in a varied speech to members of the Cambodian diaspora in Europe.
PARIS (Reuters) -France's new government will speed up work on a bill to help families with the soaring cost of living, its spokeswoman said on Monday - as the relaunch of Emmanuel Macron's presidency risked being overshadowed by rape allegations against one of his ministers.
KUALA LUMPUR: Physical voting in PKR's 2022 elections for eight divisions in four states will be re-held before the end of this month and the unofficial results of the divisional polls will only be known thereafter.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/Asia News Network): The Commission on Elections (Comelec) reported on Sunday (May 22) that the ongoing random manual audit (RMA) of votes cast during the May 9 elections has so far matched 99.9 per cent of the automated election returns (ERs) for national and selected local elective positions, negating persistent suspicions that the electronic voting system was flawed and susceptible to cheating.
KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistan’s opposition leader and former prime minister Imran Khan on Sunday announced the date of a march to Islamabad to demand dissolution of assemblies and a date for elections, as the South Asian nation continues to slide into political and economic crisis.