By Peter Baker | The New York Times
Even with the apparent end to the immediate threat posed by Yevgeny Prigozhin’s rebellious mercenary army, the short-lived uprising suggested that Mr. Putin’s hold on power is more tenuous than at any time since he took office more than two decades ago.
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By Sofia Menchu and Diego Oré | Reuters
Former first lady Sandra Torres will have to face a run-off in August in Guatemala’s presidential election after a vote on Sunday looked set to pit her against Bernardo Arevalo, another center-left candidate running on an anti-corruption platform.