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Mexican president's party poised to capture key state in election

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexicans were voting in a state election on Sunday that looks poised to bolster President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador ahead of the race to succeed him, with his party forecast to capture the chief remaining bastion of the country's old rulers.

Airlines say ready to avoid repeat of summer travel chaos

Airlines said on Sunday they are ready to avoid a repeat of last year's travel chaos, but warned that some flights could still be disrupted by controller strikes and hit out at schemes that force them to pay compensation for unavoidable delays.

Polish opposition supporters, seeking change, mark 1989 Solidarity win

WARSAW (Reuters) -Hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered in Warsaw on Sunday, the 34th anniversary of Poland's first postwar democratic election, for a march the liberal opposition has billed as a test of its ability to end nearly eight years of nationalist rule later this year.

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Biden signs debt limit bill, avoiding U.S. default

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -President Joe Biden on Saturday signed a bill that suspends the U.S. government's $31.4 trillion debt ceiling, averting what would have been a first-ever default with just two days to spare.