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Rights groups: Kenyan police killed at least 33 people in Nairobi after elections
Kenyan police killed at least 33 people in the capital during a crackdown following elections in August, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said on Monday.
Austria's conservative shift opens path to power for far right
Austria’s shift to the right in a parliamentary election has paved the way for young conservative star Sebastian Kurz to become the country’s next leader and opened a path for the resurgent far right to return to power.
Austria holds watershed election marked by migrant crisis
Austrians are voting in a general election in which the frontrunner, conservative People's Party (ÖVP) leader Sebastian Kurz, is just 31.
Kenya passes controversial election law amendment
The Kenyan Parliament passed an amendment on Wednesday to the country’s election laws, saying that if one candidate withdraws from a repeat presidential election, the other one would automatically win.
Abe, Koike trade blows as Japan election campaign kicks off
Tokyo's governor Yuriko Koike and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe traded barbs Tuesday as the gloves came off for the official start of a snap election campaign in the world's third-largest economy.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe dissolves lower house, calls for snap election
Abe is widely seen as trying to reconsolidate his grip on power within the ruling Liberal-Democratic Party, so he can extend the term of his premiership next year.
Japan's Abe says he will call snap election for parliament
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Monday he will call a snap election for parliament's more powerful lower house for next month.
Rouhani congratulates Yacob on election as Singapore's first female president
President Rouhani sent a message to the President of Singapore, Halimah Yacob, to congratulate her on her election.
Germans warned against apathy as Merkel heads for fourth term
Turnout slipped slightly in Germany’s election despite politicians warning that apathy could boost the far-right, expected to return to parliament after a half century’s absence, overshadowing Chancellor Angela Merkel’s expected victory.
Kenya's chief prosecutor orders investigation into election board
Kenya’s chief prosecutor directed the department of criminal investigations and the anti-corruption commission to investigate election board officials over possible offences in the invalidated August 8 presidential vote, he said in a letter.
Germany election: Merkel seeks fourth term
Germans head to the polls today for the country's federal elections, in a key test for Angela Merkel.
Facing far-right gains, Merkel, Schulz urge undecided Germans to vote
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, poised to win a fourth term in Sunday’s election, and her center-left challenger Martin Schulz urged supporters on Saturday to keep fighting for votes with a third of the electorate still undecided.
Clinton says Putin has ‘personal vendetta’ against her
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has once again blamed Russia for losing the 2016 US presidential vote to her Republican rival Donald Trump, saying Russian President Vladimir Putin helped Trump’s team win because of a “personal vendetta” against her.
Kenya's Odinga rejects vote rerun date without 'guarantees'
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga said on Tuesday his coalition would not participate in the rerun of a presidential election proposed for October 17 unless it is given “legal and constitutional” guarantees.

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