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Putin set to be inaugurated for fourth term as president of Russia
Vladimir Putin is set to be inaugurated for a fourth term as president of Russia following his decisive victory in the March elections.
Lebanese vote in first general elections in nine years
Voters cast their ballots in Lebanon on Sunday in the country’s first general elections in nine years — an event seen as important for economic stability but unlikely to upset the overall balance of power.
Lebanon to vote in parliamentary elections
The Lebanese gear up for the country's first parliamentary elections in nine years after several postponements over security concerns.
Nasrallah urges Lebanese to vote for those who fought regional threats
The sectary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has called on people from all walks of life to vote for those who fought against regional threats in the forthcoming legislative elections rather than those who turned their backs on them and left them unattended.
Armenia opposition stages show of force ahead of vote
Supporters of Armenia's protest leader, Nikol Pashinyan, have once again taken to the streets, hoping that a massive show of force will propel the opposition leader to power in a key election that is expected in two days.
Baghdad resumes paying salaries of Kurds frozen over secession vote
Iraq's federal government has announced resumption of paying the salaries of Kurdish civil servants and Peshmerga security forces, which had been frozen in the wake of tensions between Baghdad government and Kurdish authorities over a non-binding Kurdish independence vote.
Preliminary results: Vladimir Putin decisively re-elected as Russian president
Incumbent Russian leader Vladimir Putin has secured a landslide victory in the presidential election with over 99% of the ballots counted.
Putin tells US to send evidence of vote meddling
Russian President Vladimir Putin told Washington to send him hard evidence that his citizens meddled in US elections, mocking accusations to date as "yelling and hollering in the United States Congress".
UNSC to vote on Syria ceasefire resolution Saturday at noon
The UN Security Council will vote on the Syria ceasefire resolution on Saturday at noon, Kuwait’s Ambassador to the United Nations Mansour Ayyad Otaibi told reporters.
South Africa schedules new no-confidence vote against Zuma
South Africa's Parliament scheduled a motion of no-confidence against President Jacob Zuma for February 22, the Parliament's speaker said on Friday, following a request from the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party.
Egyptian opposition figures call for boycott of presidential vote
Five opposition figures, including a 2012 presidential candidate and two top campaign aides for now-arrested presidential hopeful Sami Annan, called on Sunday for a boycott of the March vote, saying it has lost all credibility.
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny barred from challenging Putin in 2018 vote
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was barred on Monday from running in next year’s presidential election after officials ruled he was ineligible to take part due to a suspended prison sentence he says was trumped up.
Democrats need many GOP senators to vote for Trump’s removal: Analyst
An American political analyst and activist says calls for Donald Trump’s impeachment will not go very far since Democrats need many Republican senators to vote for the president’s removal which will not happen easily.
Russian lawmakers to vote on banning US media access
Russian lawmakers will vote on Wednesday on the banning of all US media from accessing the lower house of parliament, the State Duma, in a tit-for-tat move following an American decision to withdraw the Congressional press credentials of RT broadcaster.
Algerians vote in elections with little hope of change
Algerians trickled to the polls Thursday to vote in local elections after a low-key campaign that has brought no expectation of change in the North African state.

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