Election ‘Most Secure’ in U.S. History, Say Officials; Brexit Mastermind Quits: World Brief
Date: 2020-11-13 11:16:52
WORLD BRIEF: State and federal election officials, along with experts in the private sector, said they had “utmost confidence in the security and integrity” of the Nov. 3 vote, as President Donald Trump continues to make unfounded claims of fraud and key security officials involved in protecting elections leave the administration or expect to be fired https://bloom.bg/3ktGGIO
U.K.: Dominic Cummings quit as Boris Johnson’s most powerful aide and will leave the U.K. government by the end of the year, throwing the future direction of the prime minister’s entire political project into doubthttps://bloom.bg/36y0w0l
Ethiopia: Unidentified attackers killed scores of civilians in a massacre in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray area, Amnesty International said, as the government began replacing the administration of the dissident region https://bloom.bg/2IxcS0V
U.S. Election: China congratulated Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on winning the U.S. presidential election, ending days of speculation about when Beijing would formally acknowledge the victory https://bloom.bg/3nmFaKo
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