As things stand, he has 70 percent of valid votes. However, Bolsonaro leads his opponent, Fernando Haddad , by a comfortable margin. Polls ahead of Sunday's vote showed Mr Bolsonaro with a 10-point advantage. Voting was calm and orderly across the country, said Laura Chinchilla, the former president of Costa Rica who is head of the Organization of American States' Electoral Observation Mission.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto launched a program on Friday dubbed "You are home", which promises shelter, medical attention, schooling and jobs to Central Americans who agree to stay in the southern Mexico states of Chiapas or Oaxaca, far from the USA border.
Most of their supporters say they've made their decision, though more of Gillum's supporters say they probably won't change their minds, 87 percent, than DeSantis' supporters, 79 percent. Florida law bars local elected officials from accepting anything worth more than $100. The investigation, which started in 2015, involved a trio of undercover FBI agents posing as wealthy businessmen eager to do business in Florida.
Following the reports, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists that the incident might be discussed during a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his U.S. Turkey, which has supported Syrian rebels, has been working with Syrian regime supporters Russian Federation and Iran on a drive to end the over seven-year civil war, in efforts that have often been greeted with suspicion in the West.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid tribute to inspirational military comradeship in twin speeches at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games yesterday. A second, by uniformed local students, followed - the couple each time staunchly meeting the gaze of welcoming party. Stepping off the Royal New Zealand Air Force plane in Wellington, the country's capital, Meghan Markle looked regal as she revealed her surprisingly affordable look.
Foreign minister Adel al Jubeir said critics should wait until Riyadh has completed its investigation into the death before ascribing blame to the kingdom, which has denied a request by Turkey for the extradition of the suspects . After denying knowledge of Khashoggi's whereabouts for almost three weeks, Riyadh admitted Khashoggi's murder had been "premeditated" but denied the involvement of the kingdom's powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.