A man reads the Diario 2001 newspaper that carries the Spanish headline: "Agony is prolonged for the White House" at a newspaper stand in Caracas, Venezuela, Nov. 4, 2020, the day after US elections.

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Reactions of world leaders, politicians and foreign policy experts have been mixed, with some calling for patience and others warning that the uncertainty could be damaging for democracy in the US.

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A man reads the Diario 2001 newspaper that carries the Spanish headline: "Agony is prolonged for the White House" at a newspaper stand in Caracas, Venezuela, Nov. 4, 2020, the day after US elections.

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