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A vote on PM's new Brexit deal now expected next week
In an extraordinary session of the House of Commons, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has just been forced to request a delay to Brexit by 322 votes to 306.
Tunisians vote in presidential runoff
Tunisians voted on Sunday in a presidential runoff pitting a conservative academic against a media magnate fresh out of jail, reflecting a shift in the country's post-revolution political landscape.
Poland's right-wing could lose absolute majority in vote: polls
Poland's governing Law and Justice (PiS) party could lose the absolute majority it has enjoyed since 2015, according to the final opinion polls published before Sunday's general election.
Romania government collapses in no-confidence vote
Romania's beleaguered left-wing government collapsed in a no-confidence vote Thursday, paving the way for the president to appoint a new prime minister.
Trump's trade tactics imperil jobs of those who might vote for his second term
US President Donald Trump’s cunning plan to make America great again by launching a trade war with China has officially backfired.
Abdullah claims victory over Ghani in Afghan presidential vote
Afghanistan’s chief executive Abdullah Abdullah claimed victory Monday over incumbent Ashraf Ghani in the weekend's presidential election, far ahead of the release of any official results.
Afghan election sees big drop in voter numbers: Unofficial estimate
Afghanistan's presidential election turnout is unofficially estimated at just over two million people or about 20 percent of registered voters, an official said on Sunday, amid concern that low participation could mar the vote.
Spain acting premier admits defeat in confidence vote after failure of coalition talks
Spain’s caretaker Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has admitted defeat in his bid to be confirmed as the country’s premier after he failed to draw enough support to secure a post-election parliamentary vote of confidence.
Greek unemployment the big bogey in July 7 vote
When Greeks go to the ballot box on July 7 in early elections, unemployment and recovery from a near-decade crisis will be the main battleground between the outgoing leftist government and the resurgent conservatives.
US Senate to vote on blocking Trump’s $8bn arms sales to Saudi, UAE over rights abuses
US senators will vote later on Thursday on legislation that seeks to block President Donald Trump’s plan to complete an $8 billion arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates using a loophole, citing concerns about the two Arab regimes' human rights records.
Quds Day aims to defend Palestinians’ right to vote: Iranian minister
On the eve of international rallies of Quds Day, Iranian Minister of Culture Abbas Salehi said on Thursday that Quds Day aims to defend Palestinians’ right to vote.
Palestine censures anti-BDS vote by German lawmakers
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry has criticized a recent vote by German lawmakers against the international Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which targets Israel.
Indians vote in penultimate phase of seven-round general election
Voters in north India lined up early on Sunday to cast their ballots in the second-to-last round of a seven-phase general election, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi facing a diverse group of opposition parties seeking to deny him a second term.
May looking at 2nd Brexit vote options if talks fail: Paper
British Prime Minister Theresa May has carried out “scenario planning” for a second Brexit referendum in case she is forced by the Parliament to hold one, The Daily Telegraph reported on Monday.
Most Americans say they will not vote for Trump in 2020: Poll
The majority of Americans continue to disapprove of the job US President Donald Trump is doing in office and most say they will not vote for him for reelection in 2020, according to a new survey.

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