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    Venezuela Votes in an Election the Opposition Calls a Charade

    A victory by the party of President Nicolás Maduro is likely to further weaken Juan Guaidó, the opposition leader who launched a bold but ultimately failed bid backed by the U.S. to take power.

    Switzerland Votes to Approve Paternity Leave

    Fathers will be allowed 10 days of paid time off after voters endorsed a new law despite a conservative backlash that forced a referendum.
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    3,567,408
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    Cases plunge in Puerto Rico, prompting a gradual rollback of restrictions.

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    India and Its Vaccine Maker Stumble Over Their Pandemic Promises

    The Serum Institute vowed to protect the country from Covid-19 and inoculate the world’s poor, but India’s crisis has pushed it past its limits.