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World - Africa
7/30/2023 2:02:04 PM
The Central African Republic began voting on Sunday in a referendum on a new constitution that would allow President Faustin-Archange Touadera to seek a third term in a country which has endured several coups.

World - Region
7/20/2023 6:00:07 PM
An Israeli parliamentary committee has adopted a key clause of the hard-right government's controversial judicial reforms, a statement said Thursday, as protests intensified ahead of final votes on the bill.

World - International
6/25/2023 10:20:21 AM
Greek voters head to the polls again Sunday in an election where conservative front-runner Kyriakos Mitsotakis is seeking a second term and an absolute parliamentary majority to form a "stable government".

World - Africa
6/24/2023 4:33:09 PM
Sierra Leoneans voted Saturday in a general election in which President Julius Maada Bio is seeking a second term amid a crippling economic crisis that sparked deadly riots last year.

World - International
6/18/2023 10:50:03 PM
Greece once again holds legislative elections on Sunday, June 25.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
6/13/2023 12:11:00 PM
On 30 May, social media was awash with photos and videos showing the storming of the Conference Centre in Nasr City during the counting of votes on a motion withdrawing confidence from Tarek Al-Nabarawi, head of the Egyptian Engineering Syndicate.

World - International
6/11/2023 1:25:29 PM
Montenegrins headed to the polls Sunday to cast votes in parliamentary elections aiming to end months of political gridlock after the government collapsed last August.

World - Africa
5/31/2023 2:10:45 PM
Zimbabwe’s foreign ministry has summoned the United States deputy ambassador over a series of tweets the embassy sent calling for a peaceful election in a country that has a history of violent and disputed votes.

World - Region
5/22/2023 10:44:42 AM
The ruling party in Mauritania scored a comfortable victory in last week's legislative and local elections, according to official results on Sunday, a litmus test for the veteran head of state ahead of next year's presidential poll.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
5/19/2023 7:13:00 PM
Reform of Egypt’s current electoral system dominated National Dialogue sessions this week.

World - International
5/19/2023 1:56:43 PM
Greece's outgoing conservative Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and leftist challenger Alexis Tsipras will make a final push for votes at closing rallies on Friday ahead of the most uncertain general election in a decade.

World - International
5/16/2023 2:26:44 PM
Voters in Northern Ireland head to the polls in local elections on Thursday, with the British province politically paralysed due to a boycott by the biggest pro-UK party.

World - Region
5/14/2023 1:52:03 PM
Turkey on Sunday votes in presidential and parliamentary elections that will pass judgement on two decades of uninterrupted rule by Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Islamic-rooted party.

War in Sudan - War in Sudan
5/11/2023 8:01:50 PM
The United Nations' top rights body narrowly decided Thursday to beef up monitoring of abuses amid Sudan's spiralling conflict, despite vehement opposition from Khartoum.

World - Region
5/9/2023 11:32:04 AM
For Nidal Jumaa, a Syrian from Aleppo, life in Turkey is tough. He works part-time at a furniture workshop and collects plastics and cardboard from trash cans that he sells for recycling, but can hardly afford the rent for his run-down house in a low-income neighborhood of Ankara.

World - Region
4/18/2023 12:51:30 PM
Lebanon’s parliament on Tuesday postponed municipal elections for up to a year for a second time amid concerns the government would not be able to secure the needed funding in time for the polling.

World - Region
3/30/2023 12:42:58 PM
The Senate voted Wednesday to repeal the resolution that gave a green light for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, a bipartisan effort to return a basic war power to Congress 20 years after an authorization many now view as a mistake.

World - Region
3/27/2023 12:00:38 PM
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's religious-nationalist coalition government on Monday survived no-confidence motions filed by the opposition in protest over its judicial overhaul plan.

World - International
3/23/2023 11:25:48 AM
The Senate voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to continue congressional authorization for the use of military force in the global fight against terror, turning back an effort by Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul to repeal the 2001 measure.

World - Region
3/22/2023 2:53:34 PM
The Jordanian lower house of parliament has voted to expel the Israeli ambassador from Amman in protest against statements made by Israel's far-right Finance Minister, Bezalel Smotrich, according to the Jordanian news agency (Petra).

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