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Obama relected US president in historic win WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama was re-elected Tuesday, television networks projected -- only the second time in several decades that a Democrat has won a second term in the White House.   Crowds went wild across the country as all the major US television networks projected that Obama would win at least 274 electoral votes -- enough to defeat his Republican challenger Mitt Romney.     Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012   ...
Obama WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama's Democrats retained their majority in the US Senate in Tuesday's election, fending off a concerted Republican bid to win back control of the chamber, US media reported.   Based on initial results, CNN and Fox News projected the Democrats had picked up three seats and held on elsewhere. The Democrats were trying to defend 23 out of 33 seats that were up for election in the 100-seat upper chamber.     Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012   ...
Republicans keep control of US House: networks  WASHINGTON: Mitt Romney's Republican Party was projected Tuesday to maintain control of the House of Representatives amid tight races for the Senate and the White House, US television networks said.   The projections are in line with pre-election expectations due to a lack of competitive seats in the House of Representatives, where Republicans won control in mid-term polls in 2010.   Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012 ...
In dark and cold, Americans cast first ballots  FALLS CHURCH: From a New England hamlet to a critical swing state neighboring Washington's halls of power to the storm-scarred streets of New York, Americans lined up Tuesday to cast ballots for Barack Obama or Mitt Romney.   Many were patient, some were jittery and still others -- those still enduring power outages and the mountainous mess and wreckage left by superstorm Sandy last week -- were perhaps understandably a bit cranky.   For some a palpable sense of ...
In Kenya, Sarah Obama says she prays her KOGELO: Sarah Obama, paternal "grandmother" of US President Barack Obama, ventured outside her home Tuesday in the western Kenyan village of Kogelo for a few minutes to talk to reporters.   "I pray for him, for God to help him," she said during an improvised press conference in her garden.   "It is a tough race, so I have prayed for him. If this is his turn (to win again), God will let him triumph," she added in her ...

 



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