Wednesday, 6th July 2022


15 Aug 2018
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.
30 Jul 2018
Zimbabweans began voting in Harare on Monday (July 30) in the first election since the removal of former president Robert Mugabe.
19 Jun 2018
What next for Colombia? Voters tacking conservative in the first presidential runoff to feature a straight choice between left and right.
26 May 2018
The Irish Times welcomes the end of a "divisive campaign" as voters in Ireland's head to the polls in a historic abortion referendum.
14 May 2018
DW investigates the widespread practice of vote-buying in the run-up to elections in the Indian state of Karnataka.
1 Oct 2017
Police in riot gear clash with protestors outside the polling station Catalan President Carles Puidgemont was due to vote at.
15 Sep 2017
Bayelsa assembly pass vote of confidence on Gov. Dickson.
30 Jul 2017
The Venezuelan government is preparing to hold a controversial election on Sunday, and security forces are out on the streets of Caracas trying to keep the peace before the vote.
16 Jul 2017
Venezuelans vote in an unofficial poll over President Nicolas Maduro's controversial plans to create a powerful new government body.
14 May 2017
Voters go to the polls in key state of North Rhine Westphalia in a potentially decisive election for Germany.
27 Apr 2017
Pro-European campaigner Gina Miller launches the 'Best for Britain' campaign to get people to vote tactically in the June 8 election.
20 Apr 2017
Bloomberg’s Nejra Cehic discusses the U.K. Parliament vote to allow the June 8 snap election and what it may mean for the Brexit process.


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The French president has reshuffled his cabinet after losing an absolute majority in parliamentary elections last month. Some had to leave after losing their seats, others are facing different problems.
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Danish police said three people were killed in a shooting at a shopping mall in the capital Copenhagen. Authorities have detained one suspect in connection with the incident.
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President Yoon Suk-yeol is going all in on nuclear power, both at home and abroad, marking a shift from his predecessor's undecided approach.
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Police in Denmark have said a shooting in a Copenhagen shopping mall in which three people were killed does not appear terror-related. A 22-year-old, known to mental health services, was arrested soon after the incident.
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Fitch Ratings says it expects Nigeria’s economy to witness a 3.1 per cent growth this year, as it expects rising inflation, estimated at 17 per cent this year, may dampen the country’s economic growth.
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