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Obama, Romney tied in latest poll
Obama, Romney tied in latest poll

A new pull puts US President Barack Obama and his Republican rival, Mitt Romney dead even in their race for the White House on the eve of their final televised debate.

Obama, Romney tied in latest poll
Scotland secures terms for 2014 independence vote
Scotland secures terms for 2014 independence vote

Britain's prime minister and Scotland's first minister have fired the starting gun on a two-year campaign for the hearts and minds of Scottish voters ahead of an independence referendum to be held in 2014.

Scotland secures terms for 2014 independence vote
Kids quiz White House hopefuls, but Romney's a no-show
Kids quiz White House hopefuls, but Romney's a no-show

President Barack Obama wooed Americans not yet old enough to vote Monday in a unique children's television news special that his rival Mitt Romney opted to avoid.

Kids quiz White House hopefuls, but Romney's a no-show
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US court blocks controversial voter ID law

In a win for President Barack Obama's Democrats, a judge in Pennsylvania ordered state officials Tuesday not to enforce a controversial voter ID law in the coming presidential election.

US court blocks controversial voter ID law
Obama eyes US voters in Arab Spring defense
Obama eyes US voters in Arab Spring defense

President Barack Obama delivered an unapologetic defense of American values and his under-fire Arab Spring policy, speaking to US voters from a world stage at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday.

Obama eyes US voters in Arab Spring defense
Swiss voters say no to tightening of smoking ban
Swiss voters say no to tightening of smoking ban

Two-thirds of Swiss voters rejected a referendum Sunday to tighten a smoking ban, to the relief of hotels and restaurants, while two cantons split in a vote over keeping tax breaks for rich foreigners.

Swiss voters say no to tightening of smoking ban
Romney tells Hispanic voters: 'I care for the 100%'
Romney tells Hispanic voters: 'I care for the 100%'

Sounding a note of inclusion and unity that belied tension coursing through the campaign, White House hopeful Mitt Romney told Hispanic voters Wednesday he would be president for "100 percent" of Americans.

Romney tells Hispanic voters: 'I care for the 100%'
Obama raps Romney on 'victims' comment
Obama raps Romney on 'victims' comment

Barack Obama said Tuesday presidents must represent all of America, not just their own core voters, capitalizing on Mitt Romney's gaffe that 47 percent of his countrymen were tax-dodging "victims."

Obama raps Romney on 'victims' comment
Europe wins Netherlands vote, extremism loses
Europe wins Netherlands vote, extremism loses

Dutch voters overwhelmingly backed pro-European pragmatism Wednesday, electing centrist parties committed to debt-busting austerity and rejecting the anti-EU extremism of Geert Wilders.

Europe wins Netherlands vote, extremism loses
Biden lauds Obama's 'spine of steel,' rips Romney
Biden lauds Obama's 'spine of steel,' rips Romney

Vice President Joe Biden paid tribute to Barack Obama as a commander-in-chief with a "spine of steel" Thursday, calling on US voters to give them both four more years in office.

Biden lauds Obama's 'spine of steel,' rips Romney
'Tested and proven' Obama asks for second term
'Tested and proven' Obama asks for second term

US President Barack Obama Thursday implored Americans to grant him a second term to complete his battered crusade for change, warning of the starkest election choice in a generation.

'Tested and proven' Obama asks for second term
Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois. ©REUTERS/Olivier Jean
Quebec separatists set for election win

Quebec's separatists look to sweep back into power in elections Tuesday, buoyed by rising frustration with the current leadership and months of student protests over a planned tuition hike.

Quebec separatists set for election win
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Obama campaign launches Romney counter attack

President Barack Obama's team on Friday ripped into Republican Mitt Romney's big convention speech, complaining it lacked a governing vision and disguised plans to punish the middle class.

Obama campaign launches Romney counter attack
Rappers lead underground monitors at Angola polls
Rappers lead underground monitors at Angola polls

Through an unmarked door, down a passageway and behind a padlocked metal gate lies a room littered with cell phones that is the nerve centre of an underground effort by Angolan rappers to monitor Friday's vote.

Rappers lead underground monitors at Angola polls
Obama in new push for women's votes
Obama in new push for women's votes

US President Barack Obama aggravated a culture war battle over contraception as he wooed women voters Wednesday, warning that Mitt Romney's Republicans would turn back the clock to the 1950s.

Obama in new push for women's votes
US poll shows persistence of Obama Muslim lie
US poll shows persistence of Obama Muslim lie

More than one in three conservative Republican voters still thinks US President Barack Obama is a Muslim, nearly four years after he won power, said a Pew Research Center survey Thursday.

US poll shows persistence of Obama Muslim lie
US voters bitter after negative campaign: poll
US voters bitter after negative campaign: poll

The recent run of negative ads in the US presidential race may be backfiring on both President Barack Obama and his Republican adversary Mitt Romney.

US voters bitter after negative campaign: poll
Nurlan Yerimbetov. Photo by Vladimir Dmitriyev©
Zhanaozen events effected voters turnout at elections: Expert

Zhanaozen events caused high voter turnout at parliamentary elections in Kazakhstan: Nurlan Yerimbetov.

Zhanaozen events effected voters turnout at elections: Expert
Photo by Yaroslav Radlovskiy©
About 70% will vote in 2012 elections in Kazakhstan

About 70% of Kazakhstan respondents will vote in January 15, 2012 elections.

About 70% will vote in 2012 elections in Kazakhstan