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France's Macron wins strong majority for reform
President Emmanuel Macron was poised to forge ahead with his pro-EU, pro-business reforms Monday after his centrist party redrew France's political map with a resounding victory in parliamentary elections.
France votes in final round of parliamentary elections
Polls opened Sunday for France’s legislative elections and President Emmanuel Macron’s centrist party is projected to win a huge majority in Parliament.
Labor MP calls for 2nd election to remove PM
A senior British lawmaker has called for a second election to remove Prime Minister Theresa May from power, following days of political turmoil.
Macron headed for huge majority, but low turnout a concern
French voters put President Emmanuel Macron's party on course for a crushing parliamentary majority, though a record low turnout in the first round of voting raised concerns Monday over the strength of his future mandate.
Kosovo holds snap elections with economy in focus
Kosovars voted on Sunday in snap parliamentary elections, hoping to elect a government that can improve the Balkan state's impoverished economy and make progress in joining the European Union.
Sessions to face grilling over alleged Russian meddling in US election
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions, whose contacts with Russian officials during the US presidential campaign have sparked questions, heads to Congress next week where he is expected to face a grilling.
Theresa May under pressure as top aides quit after election fiasco
British Prime Minister Theresa May's two closest advisers have resigned amid mounting pressure on her to sack them over their role in the Conservative Party’s “disastrous” election campaign.
Macron party readies for parliamentary assault
The year-old centrist party of French President Emmanuel Macron prepared Saturday for the first round of parliamentary elections looking set to grab the lead in the race for a clear majority.
British PM's top aides quit after election disaster
British Prime Minister Theresa May's two closest aides announced their resignations Saturday after a crushing electoral setback that left her authority in tatters.
Defiant May vows to stay on despite UK election blow
A defiant Prime Minister Theresa May vowed Friday to form a new government to lead Britain out of the EU despite losing her majority in a snap general election and facing calls to resign.
Uncertainty looms as British voter prepare for historic vote
Millions of British people are preparing to cast their votes in Thursday's general election, which has defied all initial projections and seems to be much closer than many, including Prime Minister Theresa May, had predicted.
No single spoiled ballot in May 19 election
Interior Minister Rahmani Fazli briefed the Parliament on the details of the May 19 presidential election process which saw Pres. Hassan Rouhani remain in office for second term.
Maltese PM wins second term in snap election
Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has won a second term in office after calling a snap parliamentary election last month to counter allegations of corruption against his wife and some of his political allies.
UK politicians oppose calls to delay June 8 polls after second terror attack in a month
Online petition and some social media users urge Prime Minister Theresa May to postpone elections to focus on security but many, including leaders, oppose the idea that may send a wrong message
British PM May's election gamble in doubt as poll lead falls to one point
British Prime Minister Theresa May's gamble on a June 8 snap election was thrust into doubt after a Survation poll showed her Conservative Party's lead had dropped to a new low of just one percentage point.

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