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10 Dec 2020
The video streaming giant will remove all new content that alleges widespread fraud changed the outcome of the US election.
2 Dec 2020
Wisconsin and Arizona have confirmed Joe Biden's electoral victory over Donald Trump amid ongoing allegations of fraud from Trump's campaign. Both states have said the election was conducted fairly.
15 Nov 2020
The Trump administration's justice chief William Barr has approved an investigation into claims of voter fraud. Donald Trump has so far refused to concede defeat in the US election.
8 Nov 2020
Berlin will seek a diplomatic "new deal" with Washington after the US elections, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has said. Multilateralism, not nationalism, is need in trans-Atlantic relations, he added.
8 Nov 2020
It took five weeks and a Supreme Court decision to elect a president in 2000 — and this year may hold similar suspense. With some states yet to count all votes, Donald Trump prematurely declared himself victorious.
7 Nov 2020
The US is in a state of crisis, both economically and culturally. Democratic nominee Joe Biden won the presidential election because he seems to care, according to analysts.
6 Nov 2020
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5 Nov 2020
Hindus from the ancestral village of vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris pray for her to win the US election.
4 Nov 2020
More than 100 million votes have already been cast meaning the overall figure looks set to comfortably surpass the 2016 turnout. Donald Trump has expressed optimism over the result but cautioned "you never know."
29 Oct 2020
With six days left before the Nov. 3 election in the United States, more than 60 million people have voted so far, according to the US Elections Project. Voters are smashing records for casting ballots ahead of Election Day, the tally surpassed all 47 million votes cast early in the 2016 election. Voters tell AFPTV what their biggest concerns are in this election.
26 Oct 2020
The former president was speaking at a rally in support of Democrat candidate Joe Biden. He took incumbent President Donald Trump to task over his handling of the pandemic, white supremacy and lying. Trump hit back.
21 Oct 2020
One person, one vote: It's the law of the land in the United States. But voting advocacy groups argue that isn't the case for minorities — and say Georgia is a case in point this election cycle.

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