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World - Region
6/19/2021 11:14:10 AM
Raisi won 62 percent of the vote with about 90 percent of ballots counted from election, poll officials said, without releasing turnout figures, after the three other candidates had conceded defeat

World - Region
6/19/2021 10:31:30 AM
Raisi had so far won 17.8 million votes, the official said in televised news conference. More than 28 million Iranians out of 59 million eligible voters cast ballots, the official said

World - Africa
6/18/2021 3:27:45 PM
For millions of Ethiopians, the election is nationwide in name only, with voting not going ahead on June 21 in close to one-fifth of the country's 547 constituencies

World - Region
6/18/2021 10:58:12 AM
Iranians voted Friday in a presidential election in which ultraconservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi is seen as all but certain to coast to victory after all serious rivals were barred from running

World - Region
6/17/2021 7:02:18 PM
The White House says there are no ongoing military activities reliant solely upon the 2002 authorization

World - Region
6/17/2021 6:51:58 PM
The president sets domestic policy, which is important as Iran has faced years of crushing sanctions from Trump unilaterally withdrew America from Tehran's nuclear deal

World - Region
6/17/2021 2:39:07 PM
On the eve of Iran's presidential election, expected to hand victory to the ultraconservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi, the candidate-vetting Guardian Council insisted Thursday that "the political contest is serious"

World - Africa
6/17/2021 10:17:00 AM
Now, as Ethiopia prepares to vote in a general election on Monday that Abiy hopes will secure him a popular mandate, he finds his global standing significantly diminished

World - Region
6/17/2021 9:34:34 AM
Iran's tattered nuclear deal with world powers hangs in the balance as the country prepares to vote for a new president and diplomats press on with efforts to get both the U.S. and Tehran to reenter the accord

World - Region
6/16/2021 9:42:01 PM
Khamenei warned of a foreign conspiracy to undermine the vote while the Interior Ministry acknowledged a lack of competition that was turning the election into a coronation for Khamenei's protege, hard-liner Ebrahim Raisi

World - Region
6/16/2021 10:43:13 AM
According to the few polls available, voter abstention could exceed the record of 57 percent recorded in parliamentary elections last year

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
6/15/2021 11:43:06 PM
Algerian voters snubbed the country’s legislative elections this week, deepening its legitimacy crisis, writes Amira Howeidy

World - Africa
6/15/2021 1:17:28 PM
Opposition parties in other pivotal regions are boycotting the election, the sixth since the end of military rule in Ethiopia 30 years ago

World - Region
6/15/2021 1:12:39 PM
They say Raisi who now has victory in his sights on Friday after even conservative rivals were disqualified in vetting should face international justice rather than lead his country

World - Region
6/15/2021 10:02:30 AM
Iran's economy has cratered since America's withdrawal from the accord. Rejoining the deal, even though the agreement remains despised by hard-liners, could help ease the economic hardship

World - Region
6/14/2021 2:13:00 PM
On Sunday, the Israeli parliament voted in a new government led by right-wing Jewish nationalist Naftali Bennett

World - Region
6/14/2021 12:13:52 PM
A statement by the National Independent Elections Authority (ANIE) cited by several news outlets late Sunday refuted 'unfounded' claims regarding the election, without naming the MSP

World - Region
6/14/2021 10:55:19 AM
Religiously devout, less well-off communities are expected to go to the polls and vote for the hardline front-runner, the strongly anti-Western Ebrahim Raisi, but young educated voters may well stay home

World - Region
6/13/2021 5:15:11 PM
Turnout was just 30.2 percent, electoral commission chief Mohamed Chorfi announced after Saturday's vote -- the lowest in a legislative poll at least 20 years.

World - Region
6/13/2021 4:55:13 PM
Netanyahu is slated to become opposition leader later Sunday when parliament is expected to approve a vote of confidence in a new coalition formed by his opponents

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