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26 Oct
President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, once praised for his reforms, has ensured he faces no real challenge at the polls.
15 Sep
Norway's center-left opposition parties have won a majority of seats in parliament, with conservative PM Erna Solberg conceding defeat.
21 Aug
The militant group said it would form an inclusive government and protect citizens' rights, but many Afghans fear that the new Taliban regime will not be very different from the hard-line government in the 1990s.
27 Jul
Last week, lawmakers at California's 2nd District Court of Appeal agreed with the Maleficent star that John Ouderkirk should have disclosed prior business dealings with Pitt's lawyers
12 Jul
A plane carrying coach Roberto Mancini and his Azzurri touched down at Rome's Fiumicino airport at dawn after Italy won their first European Championship title since 1968, a success widely seen as a rebound from the heartbreak failure of not qualifying for the last World Cup. After the landing, Mancini's side boarded a bus on the tarmac that will take them to the Parco dei Principi hotel in Rome until meetings later in the day with Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
7 Jul
Italy fans from London to Rome celebrate a 4-2 victory over Spain on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the Euro 2020 semi-final.
8 Jun
In the last vote before Germany's general election, the Christian Democratic Union scored a surprisingly clear victory in the eastern state of Saxony-Anhalt. It was a much-needed boost for Angela Merkel's conservatives.
12 Apr
Jose Mourinho hits back at Manchester United's Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who believes Son-Heung Min conned the referee during United's 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur.
21 Mar
Ramona Maneiro was arrested in 1998 accused of having a hand in the death of her friend Ramon Sampedro. A tetraplegic, Sampedro had fought a 30-year court battle to be able to end his life with dignity. At 55 he finally ingested cyanide. His death stirred a national debate and fuelled calls for assisted suicide to be legalised. Seven years later, after the statute of limitations had expired, Maneiro admitted to having helped Sampedro. Now over two decades later, Spain’s parliament has voted through a law legalising euthanasia, becoming one of the few nations to allow terminally-ill or gravely-injured patients to end their own suffering.
14 Mar
The election pitted two formally allied parties against each other. The dueling claims of victory came as early provisional results were released. Turnout was low due to recent violence.
14 Feb
Exit polls show that the socialist candidate fell well short of an outright majority in the first round. That did not stop him from claiming a "resounding victory."
14 Feb
Fans who couldn't enter Douala Stadium in Cameroon gather outside to watch the African Nations C hampionship (CHAN) final as Morocco defeat Mali 2-0.

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