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What to expect from Kuwait’s parliamentary election | Middle East

Kuwait is set to hold parliamentary elections across the country on Saturday. The elections come at a time when the wealthy OPEC member state...

CAR court rejects ex-president Bozize’s election candidacy | Central African Republic

Francois Bozize did not satisfy morality clause due to international arrest warrant and UN sanctions against him.The top court in the Central African...

Liberia’s Weah might be in for a rude awakening at the polls | Liberia

In a confusing about-face last month, Liberia’s Supreme Court undermined its own ruling that a controversial referendum, scheduled for December 8 alongside the...

Biden names all-female senior White House communications team | US & Canada

US President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris have sought to emphasise diversity in their appointments ahead of their January 20 swearing-in.US President-elect Joe...

Brazil polls open in municipal runoff elections | Latin America

The elections include races for mayor of Brazil’s two largest cities and come as the coronavirus continues to rage.Brazilians in 57 municipalities are...

Brazilians to vote in municipal runoff as COVID-19 rages | Latin America

Runoff races for Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s two most-populous cities, will be among those held on Sunday.Brazilians are preparing to...

Malaysia will hold elections after coronavirus crisis is over: PM | Malaysia

Muhyiddin Yassin promises to hold polls after he averts showdown by winning parliamentary support for his administration’s budget.Malaysia will hold a general election...

Ethnic tension, conflicts key concern for Myanmar’s incoming MPs | Myanmar

Yangon, Myanmar – On November 8, the National League for Democracy won another resounding victory in Myanmar’s national election, claiming 920 of the...

Burkina Faso: Preliminary election results hand victory to Kabore | Burkina Faso

Roch Kabore received 1.6 million votes of the nearly 3 million cast, with voter turnout at 50 percent.President Roch Kabore will serve another...

Trump’s vote fraud claims draw continued scrutiny from Twitter | US & Canada

As President Donald Trump spends most of his post-election time out of the limelight, Twitter has become his primary means of communication. But...
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Collapse of illegal gold mine in Nicaragua traps at least 10 | Nicaragua

Crews begin work to rescue the miners after an accident in the La Esperanza region.A mudslide in an unlicensed gold mine in Nicaragua...

Likely fake accounts propel China tweet that enraged Australia | Australia

Some of the accounts had already been identified in a data-set of 37,000 Chinese accounts targeting Australia since June.A Chinese official’s tweet of...

Thai king pardons, issues amnesty to tens of thousands in prison | Thailand

At least 30,000 to be pardoned, 200,000 others to receive shorter jail term as the country marks birthday of late King Bhumibol Adulyadej...

Honduras asks US to extend TPS for citizens after hurricanes | United States

About 80,000 Hondurans in the US have Temporary Protected Status, which shields them against removal from the country.Honduras asked the United States on...