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World - International
2/10/2022 5:37:22 PM
Under grey skies, construction cranes towered over laborers building a mega three-story temple demanded by millions of Hindus for over 100 years. The shrine is dedicated to their most revered god, Ram, and is being built on a plot of land where a 16th-century mosque stood, before a Hindu mob tore it down in 1992.

World - International
1/31/2022 10:25:07 AM
Italian President Sergio Mattarella was elected to a second term, Lower House Speaker Roberto Fico announced early on Sunday after the parliament gathered in a joint session and concluded its eighth round of voting.

World - International
1/25/2022 10:59:53 PM
A second round of voting for Italy's new president failed to produce a winner on Tuesday, prolonging the uncertainty over the future of Prime Minister Mario Draghi and his government.

World - International
1/25/2022 11:32:49 AM
Italy's parliament failed to make headway Monday in the first round of voting for a new president, a normally low-stakes race that this year risks bringing down the government if Prime Minister Mario Draghi is chosen.

World - Region
1/25/2022 9:25:49 AM
The U.N. General Assembly said Monday that Iran, Guinea and Vanuatu had paid sufficient back dues to the United Nations' regular operating budget to regain their voting rights in the 193-member world body.

World - Region
1/24/2022 9:46:21 AM
Italy's parliament begins voting Monday for a new president, with Prime Minister Mario Draghi the favourite but far from guaranteed in a race that risks destabilising the government.

World - Region
1/23/2022 10:39:08 AM
Using Iranian bank funds freed from American sanctions, South Korea has paid Iran's $18 million in delinquent dues owed to the United Nations, Seoul said Sunday. The step was apparently approved by Washington to restore Tehran's suspended voting rights at the world body.

World - International
1/13/2022 10:48:12 PM
As President Joe Biden rode to the Capitol to prod Democrats on stalled voting and elections legislation, Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema dashed their hopes of muscling the party's major priority past a Republican blockade.

World - International
1/11/2022 4:19:50 PM
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said Tuesday that Russia had no say over whether Ukraine could join NATO, a topic at the centre of high-stakes talks between the West and Russia this week.

World - International
1/3/2022 1:57:18 PM
President Joe Biden has gotten the same troubling questions from worried world leaders, ones that he never thought he would hear. ``Is America going to be all right?'' they ask. ``What about democracy in America?''

World - Region
11/3/2021 12:04:36 PM
Israeli lawmakers are set to begin marathon voting on Wednesday to try and pass the first national budget in three years, a major test for the fractious coalition government that was sworn in earlier this year after four divisive elections.

World - Region
10/8/2021 5:22:32 PM
Preparations are almost finished for polls in war-torn Libya, the head of the electoral commission says, despite wrangling over voting laws and warnings the outcome could be contested.

World - International
10/7/2021 1:19:38 PM
Greece's lawmakers were debating and voting Thursday on a broad five-year defense pact signed last week with France which includes a clause of mutual assistance in case of attack by a third party.

World - Region
10/3/2021 1:28:44 PM
Members of a paramilitary organisation integrated into Iraq's regular security forces deplored Sunday an official decision preventing them from voting in the same way as other security personnel

World - International
10/2/2021 2:13:34 PM
Georgians were voting Saturday in closely watched municipal elections, a day after ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili's arrest on his return from exile deepened a protracted political crisis in the Caucasus nation

World - Region
10/2/2021 1:02:18 PM
Qataris began voting in the emirate's first legislative election Saturday in a symbolic nod to democracy that analysts say will not lead to power shifting away from the ruling family

World - Region
9/29/2021 10:10:05 PM
Iraq's top Shia Muslim cleric on Wednesday urged Iraqis to vote in order to "carry out real change" in next month's parliamentary elections.

World - International
9/19/2021 9:28:54 AM
The move comes as the US tech giant faces mounting criticism from the Russian opposition and abroad for backing down to demands from Russian authorities

World - International
9/18/2021 8:39:25 PM
Zyuganov said the party has tallied at least 44 incidents of voting violations and that the party has applied for permits to hold protests during the week after the voting ends Sunday

World - International
9/17/2021 6:43:08 PM

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