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LIMA (Reuters) - Peruvian socialist presidential candidate Pedro Castillo and right-wing rival Keiko Fujimori are neck and neck just three weeks before the presidential runoff in the Andean nation, an Ipsos Peru voter simulation suggested on Sunday.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chileans were urged on Sunday to follow through on their call for a new constitution as voting to pick the architects of the charter entered a second day amid concerns about low turn-out, particularly in the country's more marginalized areas.
All localities across Vietnam have prepared for the general election, which is slated for May 23, to take place in a safe, open and transparent manner, amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chileans began to vote on Saturday in a mega-election in which they will pick mayors, governors, councillors and critically, the 155 men and women who will draft the country's next constitution.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia has postponed parliamentary elections due on June 5, the country's electoral body said on Saturday, adding it did not foresee a delay of more than three weeks.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Biden on Friday revoked an executive order by former President Donald Trump that had directed regulators to limit liability protections for social media companies.
MANILA (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore's contender in the Miss Universe beauty pageant used the national costume segment of the contest to call for a stop to racist attacks on Asians in the United States.
U.S. railway operator Kansas City Southern said on Thursday that it had accepted Canadian National Railway Co's $33.6 billion acquisition offer, upending a $29 billion deal with its competitor Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.
(Reuters) - Aeva Technologies Inc said on Thursday it signed a deal to develop a sensor for a self-driving car to be made by an "undisclosed large company," and its shares rose 13% even as it reported that its loss ballooned and sales came in far below forecasts.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Americans living abroad are asking Washington to send surplus coronavirus shots to overseas embassies so they can get a vaccine in countries where the pace of inoculations is slow and travelling home is difficult.