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Sri Lanka political crisis: Country has no PM or cabinet after no-confidence vote, says parliament Speaker
The parliament passed the no-confidence motion against recently appointed prime minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and his government, with the backing of 122 lawmakers from the 225-member legislature.
Calgary 2026 Winter Olympics bid dead after 'no' vote
Calgary’s hopes of hosting the 2026 Winter Olympics were dashed on Tuesday after citizens voted resoundingly against the western Canadian city’s plan to bid for the Games.
New ministers win parliament’s confidence vote
Iran's Parliament gave the vote of confidence to all candidates proposed by President Hassan Rouhani to fill in the four vacant ministerial positions.
Afghans vote in south Kandahar’s delayed elections
Security was tight in southern Kandahar on Saturday as voters waited hours in line to cast their ballots in parliamentary elections that were delayed in the province by one week after an attack by an elite guard killed two top government officials, including a powerful provincial police chief.
Afghans shut out by polling station chaos return to vote
Afghans unable to vote in Saturday’s parliamentary election after hundreds of polling stations failed to open were given another chance to cast their ballot on Sunday after voting times were extended despite security threats and warnings of fraud.
Alleged sex offender’s Supreme Court nomination heads for final Senate vote
US President Donald Trump’s nominee Brett Kavanaugh – the alleged sex offender – has cleared a key hurdle as Senate Republicans aim to confirm him to the Supreme Court this weekend.
Macedonians vote in referendum on country's name
The people of Macedonia voted in a referendum on Sunday on whether to change its name to ‘Republic of North Macedonia’, a move that would resolve a decades-old dispute with Greece which had blocked its membership bids for the European Union and NATO.
UK Labour prepared to vote down May's final Brexit deal: Corbyn
UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says his fellow party members in Parliament would be prepared to vote down Prime Minister Theresa May’s final Brexit deal this fall in an attempt to force the government back to the negotiating table with Brussels.
Mauritania ruling party pulls ahead in vote
Mauritania's ruling party has drawn well into the lead in legislative, regional and local elections held earlier this month, the electoral commission said Sunday, in the West African country's last vote ahead of key presidential polls.
Britons would vote to stay in EU: Poll
Most Britons would choose to stay in the European Union if given the option again, according to a new opinion poll.
British people would now vote 59-41 to stay in EU: Poll
A new opinion poll has shown that support for EU membership has reached a record high in Britain, with nearly 60 percent of voters saying they would now vote to stay in the European Union.
Poll shows Britain would now vote 59-41 to stay in EU
British voters would vote 59-41 to stay in the European Union if given the option after a six-point swing away from Brexit, an opinion poll showed on Wednesday, the highest recorded support for EU membership in such a survey since the 2016 referendum.
UK voters would back staying in EU if vote held now: Poll
A new poll carried out in the United Kingdom shows that pro-Brexit sentiments among the public have seen a stark change with over 100 parliament seats that supported Britain’s departure from the European Union now want the country to stay in the bloc.
Pakistan's opposition parties protest alleged vote fraud
Pakistan's opposition parties held a rally in the capital calling for the head of the elections oversight body to step down following allegations of fraud and irregularities in last month's elections.
Brexit vote most embarrassing for UK government since WWll: Analyst
Britain’s referendum to leave the European Union was one of the most difficult and embarrassing decisions by the UK government since World War ll, a political commentator in London says.

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