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Abe declares victory in Japan election
Abe Shinzo has declared victory in Japan's national elections with polls indicating his party has won a majority of seats in the upper house of Parliament, and is now set to become the country's longest-serving prime minister.
Japan votes in upper house election, US-imposed constitution at stake
Japanese voters have taken to the polls to cast their ballots in an upper house election that could determine whether Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling party would be allowed to realize a long-held ambition of revising the country’s US-drafted pacifist constitution.
In first post-bailout vote, Greek conservatives tipped to unseat PM Tsipras
Greeks have voted on Sunday in the first general election since the country emerged from international bailouts, with polls predicting the conservatives will return to power and end four years of leftist rule blamed for saddling Greece with more debt.
Trump says Biden won't win in 2020 election, calls him ‘reclamation project’
US President Donald Trump has hit back at former Vice President Joe Biden, calling the Democratic presidential candidate a "reclamation project" who won't win in 2020 election.
Turkey's opposition wins Istanbul mayoral rerun
Turkey’s opposition won control of Istanbul in a rerun mayoral election.
Guatemala election appears headed for runoff, former first lady Torres leads
Guatemala's presidential election appeared to be headed for a runoff as partial results on Monday gave center-left candidate Sandra Torres an early lead but far short of the majority needed to avoid a second round against a conservative rival.
Democrats accuse Trump of allowing foreign election meddling
Democratic lawmakers in the US Congress have accused President Donald Trump of permitting Russia to interfere in the 2020 US presidential election, after the Republican president said he would accept political dirt from foreign governments.
Demos focusing in Trump efforts to make money in Russia, Schiff suggests
Democrats on the US House Intelligence Committee are preparing to dig into contacts between the Trump campaign with Russia as detailed in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into MOsco’s alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Greek president approves Tsipras call for snap election
Greece's president has accepted a request from Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to dissolve parliament, formally triggering a snap election that Tsipras has called for next month after badly losing a vote for European parliament.
Israel to hold snap elections after Netanyahu fails to form coalition
Israeli lawmakers have voted to dissolve the parliament and hold new general elections after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu missed a deadline to form a ruling coalition.
Israel moves toward parl. dissolution, election rerun amid deadlock in coalition talks
Israeli lawmakers have approved the first reading of a bill to dissolve the parliament (Knesset) and hold new general elections as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s efforts to form a coalition government remained deadlocked.
Nationalists surge in EU Parliament, but pro-EU parties remain dominant
Pro-European parties kept a firm grip on the EU parliament on Monday as liberal and green parties matched a surge by eurosceptic parties, who won control of a quarter of seats in European elections for the first time.
Indian PM Modi sweeps to 'massive' election win, party says
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has swept to a huge election victory, his foreign minister said on Thursday, giving his party a mandate to pursue policies that put Hindus first, are mainly business-friendly and take a hard line on national security.
India's Modi takes early lead as counting of 600 million votes begins
India began counting hundreds of millions of votes in its general election on Thursday, with a coalition led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party taking an early lead, TV channels and India’s Election Commision said.
Six dead after election riots in Indonesia's capital
At least six people were killed as Indonesia's capital erupted in violence on Wednesday when police clashed with protesters opposed to the reelection of President Joko Widodo.

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