Ex-U.K. PM Blair on Brexit vote, second referendum
Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair discusses the Brexit deal up for a Parliamentary vote on December 11, the prospect of a second Brexit vote, and the divisions in U.K. government.
Osun rerun Protest as thugs bar voters in Orulu LGA
Some registered voters of Orolu community in Disu Oke-Odo area, ward 7, Kajola road in Osun state were on Thursday prevented by some heavily armed political thugs from accessing their polling units to cast their votes in the ongoing supplementary election in the state.
Nigerians speak on vote buying
Vote buying and insecurity have been listed as some of the possible threats to free and fair elections in Nigeria by the National Democratic Institute. CNBC Africa went on the street of Lagos to find out people's opinion on vote buying.
Touts hijack voter registration
The ongoing voters' registration has been dogged by racketeering across the country. Touts working with registration officials are now extorting citizens before they can get registered. Apart from having to arrive at registrations centres as early as 5AM, applicants also have to contend with fewer centres in their localities.
Colombia's next president: Duque defeats left-wing Petro in runoff
What next for Colombia? Voters tacking conservative in the first presidential runoff to feature a straight choice between left and right.
Coming #hometovote to end the era of abortions abroad
The Irish Times welcomes the end of a "divisive campaign" as voters in Ireland's head to the polls in a historic abortion referendum.
Clashes erupt outside Catalan leader's polling station in Girona
Police in riot gear clash with protestors outside the polling station Catalan President Carles Puidgemont was due to vote at.
Bayelsa assembly pass vote of confidence on Gov. Dickson
Bayelsa assembly pass vote of confidence on Gov. Dickson.